R&D

South Korea: Asian Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate

India: Asian Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate

China: Asian Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate

India: Partnership with Australia

As part of the  Asia- Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate, India and Australia have started a project to identify and address policy barriers that limit investment, development and deployment of clean technologies. The findings of the project will serve to develop practical solutions to addressing clean energy and climate goals by accelerating the development, transfer, and deployment of clean technological solutions between the two Partner countries.

 


South Korea: National Energy Technology R&D

China: U.S.-China Biomass MOU

India: Energy Policy

This policy outlines the  challenges that India faces as it develops and must generate and provide increasing amounts of energy. Measures include adressing energy security by acquring abundant supplies of coal and gas,  and increasing hydro and nuclear power.  India seeks to improve energy efficiency by reducing energy intensity across many sectors including mining, electricity distribution, transportation, industry and building construction. The policy also outlines methods to promote renewable energy and increase R&D.

India: National Electricity Policy

South Africa: India-Brazil-South Africa Declaration on Clean Energy

The India-Brazil-South Africa (IBSA) trilateral development initiative began in 2003 to promote South-South initiatives on development, trade/investment, information exchange and cooperation in areas including agriculture, energy, health, and climate change. The second IBSA summit was held in October 2007. At this summit, the three countries reached agreement to work together in the promotion of nuclear energy, clean energy technologies and other renewable energies and in the endorsement of

India: India-Brazil-South Africa Declaration on Clean Energy