Past Event

Low-Carbon Electricity: Lessons from India and China

February 25, 2020
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
International Affairs Building, 420 W. 118 St., New York, NY 10027 1501
Electricity is the largest contributor of greenhouse gas emissions globally that cause climate change, and the heart of economic development and social improvement for the world’s largest economies, including India and China. Tomorrow’s systems will need to be much larger to support continued economic growth and the demand that comes with it, but they will also need to be substantially less carbon-intensive to meet our climate goals, with renewables replacing coal. Join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a panel discussion that brings together senior experts to provide their insights into this challenge of expanding access to electricity while also lowering carbon emissions, with a focus on lessons that can be drawn from India and China. The panel will comprise Ajay Mathur, Director General of TERI (India), and Deborah Seligsohn, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Villanova University. The event will be moderated by CGEP Adjunct Senior Research Scholar Philippe Benoit, who leads the Center’s energy for development research initiative. --- Guests unable to attend in person can register to view a livestream of the event. This event is open to press. Media should register for this event. Media inquiries or requests for interviews should be directed to Artealia Gilliard ([email protected]) or Genna Morton ([email protected]). Please note: RSVP to this event does not guarantee entry. Seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis until capacity is reached for both the public and press. Flash photography and video recording are prohibited. For more information contact: [email protected].

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Center on Global Energy Policy