The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) in India initiated an accreditation process to encourage the adoption of more energy efficiency projects through Energy Service Companies (ESCOs).
By Ella Delio and Kathy Doucette on June 30, 2009
The market potential for energy savings companies (ESCOs) in India is great, yet barriers still stand in the way of the industry’s growth.
Environmental risks and opportunities that are overlooked by investors and companies will impact the financial performance of companies in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.
The New Ventures India community recently convened its annual Investor Summit to discuss small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and the opportunities and obstacles investors face.
New reports show the Southeastern states have big potential for clean energy and efficiency improvements.
With an investment of US$10 billion dollars in energy efficiency improvements, India’s economy would benefit from its potentially vast annual energy savings of 183.5 billion kilowatt hours.
In India, Energy Service Companies and local governments are teaming up to increase energy efficiency and save money.
By Polly Ghazi and Payson Schwin on March 26, 2009
C.K. Prahalad discusses the future of sustainable, private sector-led poverty alleviation.
NextBillion.net - one of the Web’s top business blogs - today announced a new look intended to make it the go-to online resource for discussions about business-model development aimed at helping poor people.
Forthcoming WRI research hopes to help overcome barriers in India’s burgeoning ESCO market.
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