The March for Green Hydrogen

Sabin Iqbal

Setting standards and governance of the gas could lead to geopolitical competition or a new era of international cooperation

The Energy Leap

India reached Germany’s solar capacity in half the time. Renewable energy goals are within sight

Kerala floods: Forebodings in India’s Ancient Texts

Our ancient sages were so much in tune with Prakriti that they came to predict—and prepare—for the vagaries in nature

Being civil about development

The IB report on NGOs brings out the battle between the state and nature

The Great Game over Global Gas Supplies

Hydrocarbon markets are watching the West’s policy on ‘rogue’ nations for a reason

Idea 3

Go with the wind

Idea 5

Let there be light, always

Coal Market Regulator as a Damp Squib

A badly conceived regulator would serve no purpose in this crucial sector

Peace Prospects and Energy Security

The US-Iran deal may open the way at last for the Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline

Indian Gas Pricing: Still as Hazy as Ever

Private producers want to price it high, users want it kept cheap, and policymakers appear all confused


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