Opinion & analysis

18 December 2014 | Tobias Engelmeier | Comment now

India needs to go on the offensive in climate change negotiations

Tobias Engelmeier of Bridge to India looks at the ways in which India can not only fight climate change and lower CO2 emissions but also become a driving force in making a substantial global deal happen.

15 December 2014 | Tobias Engelmeier | Comment now

What the miraculous transformation of a German utility giant means for India

Bridge to India's Tobias Engelmeier examines the decision of German utilitity E.On to embrace renewables and sell off its fossil and nuclear assets and explores the lessons the move may hold for Indian utilities.

18 November 2014 | Tobias Engelmeier | Comment now

Six things India needs to do for a solar revolution

Tobias Engelmeier, founder and director of New Delhi-based consultancy group Bridge to India, outlines the steps India needs to take to launch solar development in a major way.

15 October 2014 | Jasmeet Khurana | Comment now

Understanding India's solar transition under the new government

In the lead-up to Intersolar India, which runs November 18-20, Jasmeet Khurana of Bridge to India examines the latest developments in India's dynamic PV sector.

15 October 2014 | Rosa Tarragó | Comment now

Brazil: Do PV power purchase agreements fulfill market standards?

Rosa Tarragó examines the state of power purchase agreements in Brazil.

13 October 2014 | Susann Scherbarth | Comment now

Scotland says YES ... to community energy!

The Scottish population may have voted narrowly against independence last month, but it is already taking more control of its own energy.

08 October 2014 | Doug Parr | Comment now

Comment: Why is Hinkley a bad deal for the UK consumer?

The world of energy is changing. The world's largest private bank, UBS, has recently advised its clients that large centralised power stations (like Hinkley) are not the future -- solar power, electric cars and cheaper storage batteries are. Meanwhile, tech leaders Google have invested $3.2bn in Nest, a smart home energy company.

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