Taking charge: case studies of decentralised renewable energy projects in India in 2010

Taking charge: case studies of decentralised renewable energy projects in India in 2010

This Greepeace report is a documentation of 10 successful case studies from across India on how communities and individuals have used decentralised renewable energy to energise and empower their lives.

Asserting the fact that renewable energy holds the key to India’s energy future, Greenpeace released the report Taking Charge: Case studies of decentralised renewable energy projects in India in 2010. The report provides insight into how renewable energy is empowering people across the country, especially rural areas. The report is a documentation of 10 successful case studies from across the country on how communities, civil society and individuals have used decentralised renewable energy to energise and empower their lives. Divided into two parts, the report revolves around the social empowerment brought about by successful uptake of decentralised renewable energy by communities, individuals and civil society. While the report also provides details of how this empowerment was brought about, a more precise and concise form gives the technical details of the case studies.

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