Burke, Paul; Widnyana, Jinnie; Anjum, Zeba; Aisbett, Emma; Resosudarmo, Budy; Baldwin, Kenneth G. H.
Solar and wind electricity generation technologies have become cost competitive and account for a growing share of global investment in new electricity generation capacity. Both India and Indonesia have ambitious targets for adoption of these technologies, and India has an impressive current rate of uptake. Substantial obstacles exist, however, including the entrenched positions of coal and other fossil fuels, regulatory barriers to market access, and weak abilities of electricity utilities to...[Show more]
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