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WRI established its India office in 2011. We work with leaders in business, government, and civil society to expand clean energy development, combat climate change, and develop sustainable transport solutions. Learn more about our work in India. Visit the WRI India website.

Kanika Jindal

Associate - Capacity Building, WRI India

Kanika is Associate – Capacity Building at WRI India. She works with the capacity building, knowledge management, communications and events teams on various activities like training, web content...

Gagandeep Bajwa

Manager - Human Resources, WRI India

Gagan is Manager, Human Resources at WRI India. He oversees and coordinates a wide gamut of HR activities (resourcing, on-boarding, performance management, employee engagement, training &...

Farheen Merchant

Executive Assistant to Managing Director, WRI India

Farheen works in the Office of the CEO, serving as the Special Assistant to Nitin Pandit. She has previously worked as a Personal Assistant to the Managing Director of Shiv Prasad Enterprises. She...

Assessing the Impact of Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission’s Open Access Order for Solar Power Generators in Karnataka

On 18 August 2014, the Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) passed order number S/03/01 called ‘Wheeling Charges, Banking Charges & Cross Subsidy Surcharge for Solar Power Generators’, whereby all solar power generators in the state who achieved Commercial Operation Date (COD)...

Aggregating Demand for Corporate Rooftop Solar Installations: Lessons from the Collaborative Solar PV Procurement Project

WRI India and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) through the Green Power Market Development Group (GPMDG) initiative attempted to aggregate energy demand from six corporate buyers in Bengaluru—Coca Cola, Infosys, IBM, Cognizant, Philips and Bangalore International Exhibition Center (BIEC)....

"Today, as negotiators haggle over the details of a climate agreement in Paris, my home town in southern India is literally underwater," says Arivudai Nambi Appadurai, WRI India's Adaptation Strategy Head for Climate Resilience Practice. "Chennai has seen 17 days straight of rain, precisely the kind of extreme weather event that experts say will only become more common in a warming world."

PARIS (November 30, 2015)- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other leaders announced the International Solar Alliance today in Paris. The newly formed solar alliance of more than 120 countries will play an important role in advancing solar deployment around the world.

Following is a statement from Manish Bapna, Managing Director, World Resources Institute:

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