A framework for quantifying the climate co-benefits of MGNREGS works

MGNREGS is a poverty alleviation programme implemented pan India. As an employment guarantee scheme, it successfully captures information on the number of jobs and assets created. However, assessment of the multiple climate co-benefits arising from these assets has been a blind spot. While there have been many studies that attest to the climate co-benefits of MGNREGS works, they have been limited in their geographical scope, resulting in constrained reporting of the accrued benefits.

Scaling up Rooftop Solar in Madhya Pradesh

The Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP) formally launched its Rooftop Solar Explorer tool for Madhya Pradesh on 21 March 2023 at Bayleaf, Courtyard by Marriott, Bhopal.

The launch was followed by discussions with different stakeholders and experts on developing a way forward for distribution companies to achieve their RTS targets in Madhya Pradesh and for scaling up the state’s RTS capacity from the current 230 MW to 2.2 GW and beyond.

Front-End Web Developer

We are looking for a passionate front-end web developer who can build web applications and tools combining the art of design with software development skills. The front-end web developer will be a part of the AI and Digital Platforms group, which currently leads the digital transformation efforts for enabling clean energy transition and clean air for all, towards establishing a secure and sustainable society.


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· Design and develop the internship programme and build a framework to measure success and impact.


·  Reach out to all the existing academic institutions and create a robust pipeline of students applying for our internships.


Launch Of National Rooftop Portal: A Giant Leap Towards Attainment Of India's Rooftop Goal?

Rooftop solar is expected to play a major role in India’s 280 GW solar target for 2030. However, only ~8 GW of the 40 GW target for 2022 has been achieved so far. The residential sector accounts for less than 20% of this installed capacity, despite being offered incentives such as net metering and a 20%–40% capital subsidy.