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Workshop on Indo-US Climate Futures

As a precursor to The UN Climate Change Conference Copenhagen 2009, CSTEP in association with Carnegie Mellon University and supported by the Indo-US Science & Technology Forum organised a Workshop on Indo-US Climate Futures at the GRT Temple Bay Resort, near Chennai, India.  The Works...

Stakeholders Consultation Workshop on Renewables and Nuclear Power

NITI Aayog and CSTEP jointly organised a Stakeholder Consultation Workshop on Renewables and Nuclear Power on October 13-14, 2015 at Windsor Manor, Bengaluru....

Nuclear Power

CSTEP Policy Brief for Nuclear Power...

Whither Nuclear Power?

Whither Nuclear Power?  ...

Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act, 2010: A Primer for the British Nuclear Industries

The growth of nuclear power was constrained after India conducted its first Peaceful Nuclear Explosion (PNE) in 1974. Although India did not violate any treaty obligations of the Non Proliferation Treaty, sanctions and denials were imposed that resulted in its isolation from international trade in n...

Nuclear Waste Management

Renewable sources of energy might seem to be a viable alternative for clean-power generation. However, their intermittency is an impediment. In this context, nuclear energy merits serious consideration. Public aversion exists due to its potential risks, past disasters and lack of suitable solutions ...

Nuclear Power in India: The Road Ahead

Nuclear Power has the potential for playing a major role in India’s quest for more power and is an important source of long-term energy security. The current nuclear capacity contributes 3% of the electricity. Future nuclear growth projections suggest the need for a dramatic growth in the comi...

NUCLEAR POWER

CSTEP focuses on technical, economic, regulatory and strategic aspects of nuclear power and its potential to meet India’s aspirations for energy security. The viability of India’s fast breeder program and the desirability of nuclear power in India’s future energy mix have been exam...

Stakeholders Consultation Workshop on Renewables and Nuclear Power

CSTEP, in collaboration with NITI Aayog and Shakti Foundation organised 'Stakeholders Consultation Workshop on Renewables and Nuclear Power' at ITC Windsor, Bengaluru. ...

Whither Nuclear Power

Anshu Bharadwaj and S. Rajagopal, Whither Nuclear Power, Business India, September 2014...

Why nuclear power

V.S. Arunachalam, Anshu Bharadwaj and L.V. Krishnan, Why nuclear power?, The Tribune, Chandigarh, July 21, 2008...

Why are we biased about nuclear power?

Nihit Goyal, Why are we biased about nuclear power? First Post, October 26, 2014...

Stakeholders Consultation Workshop on Renewables and Nuclear Power

NITI Aayog and CSTEP are jointly organising a Stakeholder Consultation Workshop on October 13 & 14, 2015 at Windsor Manor, Bengaluru to solicit inputs from stakeholders for a policy framework that will help the government formulate a National Energy Policy and achieve the ambitious targets of re...

Speech on Nuclear Power at EnerTech World Expo and Conference

Dr L.V. Krishnan, Advisor to the Center for Study of Science Technology and Policy (CSTEP) was invited to speak at the Nuclear Energy Session, EnerTech World Expo and Conference, 2014. Click to view write-up Speech on Nuclear Power at EnerTech World Expo and Conference...