Developing countries with sizeable coal capacities, such as South Africa, Chile, and India, are exploring retirement of coal plants by repurposing them for productive uses including renewable energy generation,
Cost Benefit Analysis
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Energy subsidies are often used to alleviate energy poverty and promote economic development by enabling access to affordable modern energy services.
The report includes: Discussion of the scope of energy subsidies; Estimates of energy subsidies, and identification of the gaps in the existing data and issues around the measurement of energy subsidies; Modelling-based analysis of the implications of phasing-out energy subsidies on the economy, including socio-economic and trade impacts, the environment, and the energy sector; and Suggestions
Letter on environmental clearance for Jaitapur Nuclear Power dated Dec 23, 2010 sent to Jairam Ramesh by Shankar Sharma, Power Policy Analyst
Letter on environmental clearance for a Nuclear power park to be set up in Jaitapur, in Maharashtra
A new slant on slopes: measuring the benefits of increased electricity access in Developing Countries
<p>The objective of this paper is to shed some light on the benefits of improved access to electricity supply, specifically the benefits referred to as "consumer‘s surplus", which is the difference between what customers are willing to pay for the utilities associated with electricity access and the price that they actually pay.