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Agility 2.0: How businesses can best negotiate a perfect storm

May 2nd, 2022;  Source: Livemint

The tragic conflict in Ukraine tells us an unpleasant home truth. The world is a far edgier place now than it has been for decades and negotiating the many issues that have cropped up in quick succession requires greater flexibility, agility and collaboration than ever before—among governments, co ...ReadMore

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Indias Coal Crisis May Spur Shift to Clean Energy, ReNew Says

Apr 29th, 2022;  Source: Bloomberg

Shortages making coal power expensive, ReNew’s Sinha says India needs more renewables to avoid structural power deficit India’s power crisis is likely to accelerate adoption of renewables as shortages make coal-fired electricity more expensive, according to Sumant Sinha, chairman of the So ...ReadMore

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India Inc will have to absorb inflation impact: ReNew΄s Sumant Sinha

Apr 22nd, 2022;  Source: Business Standard

SUMANT SINHA, chief executive officer of ReNew and president of industry body Assocham, said private sector capex has already started picking up, especially in sectors like power. In an interview with Arup Roychoudhury, Sinha said rising inflation will impact the margins of companies who will be un ...ReadMore

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Lessons from Ukraine crisis

Mar 17th, 2022;  Source: Business Standard

It's time to cushion India from the same ;oil shock; story With depressing familiarity, geopolitical conflict has again hit economies around the world, leading to a surge in oil prices and raising the spectre of hard-won economic recoveries unravelling. The tragic conflict between Russia and Ukraine ...ReadMore

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Battery storage has a key role in Indias green push

Mar 10th, 2022;  Source: Business Line

Massive investments are needed in battery storage manufacturing. Creating the right policy ecosystem is vital The momentum driving India’s transition to clean energy is accelerating. From Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s commitment at COP26 to achieve 500 GW of non-fossil fuel installed electricit ...ReadMore

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Green hydrogen policy is great, but we need more

Feb 25th, 2022;  Source: Mint

Our new policy is expected to reduce costs and aid exports but further measures could put us on an accelerated path to success Sumant Sinha is the chairman and chief executive officer of ReNew Power and president-designate of Assocham. The announcement of the first phase of India’s Green Hydrogen ...ReadMore

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A green Budget for long-term strong growth: Sumant Sinha, CEO, ReNew

Feb 2nd, 2022;  Source: Financial Express

Budget 2022, against the backdrop of a reviving economy, has started the process of creating a blueprint for steering the economy towards Amrit Kaal, a 25-year-long period of strong and sustainable growth in the buildup to India’s 100th year of independence. Outlining four priority areas – PM Ga ...ReadMore

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Sumant Sinha writes: Clean energy transition gets a boost in green budget

Feb 2nd, 2022;  Source: Money Control

The five key announcements are: an increase in the PLI scheme outlay for solar manufacturing; a boost to the energy storage ecosystem; creation of climate financing avenues; welcome power sector reforms; and a continued focus on energy access via decentralized clean energy. India needed a budget tha ...ReadMore

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Clean, Green and Go! A Budget needed for India's historic energy transition

Jan 31st, 2022;  Source: Economic Times

If the past year and the beginning of this one tell us something, it is that the FY23 budget could well have a strong clean energy and sustainability orientation. The tone has already been set. Earlier this month, Narendra Modi called for a ‘Pro-Planet People’ approach at a virtual Davos summit. ...ReadMore

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A must-surge year for climate goals

Jan 6th, 2022;  Source: Business Standard

Cometh the hour, cometh the sector. The year 2022 will be critical for India’s renewable energy industry if it is to hit the country’s ambitious 2030 and 2070 climate goals. If we don’t ramp up the tempo in 2022, it will make the targets more difficult to reach in each succeeding year. The goa ...ReadMore