The paper examines the energy scenario – availability, access, influence of markets and government policies – in rural India. It highlights the successful partnership between local communities and modern researchers and scientists willing to position their learning and experience on community science. It roots for a positioning and policy framework that broadens the scope of work from cooking fuel and lighting, to energy needs for irrigation, for trade, business, manufacturing, infrastructure, transportation and construction.

Energy, development and climate change: Striking a balance

Energy, development and climate change: Striking a balance

Open Energy, Development and Climate Change Striking a Balance

 

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