Anjora- The light (shorter version)



While India is a power surplus country and the Saubhagya scheme aims to ensure full village electrification by 2019, ensuring reliable delivery through the grid remains a challenge. In this context, public-private partnership can plug the gaps in delivery of clean, reliable, and affordable household energy supply to underserved rural communities through distributed RE. The video highlights an innovative institutional model developed by TERI, which mobilized CSR funds and grants from multilateral organisations, to make the clean energy products affordable for Self Help Groups (SHGs) formed under the aegis of the Bihar Rural Livelihoods Promotion Society (BRLPS)/JEEViKA programme.

Stakeholders
Civil society/Grassroots
Consultants
Researchers/Post graduates
Tags
Energy access
Energy efficiency
Energy supply
Renewable energy utilization
Partners
NGOs
Society/Associations