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Indian and Chinese Energy Policies: Addressing Energy Needs and Climate Change
22 February 2017,1130-1300 hrs
Date & Time: Wednesday, 22 February 2017, at 1130-1300 hrs
Venue: Room No 128, School of International Studies- II, JNU
On 22 February 2017, the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS), in collaboration with the Centre for East Asian Studies (CEAS), JNU, and the Energy Studies Programme, JNU, conducted a seminar on ‘Indian and Chinese Energy Policies: Addressing Energy Needs and Climate Change’.
The discussion took place at 1100-1300 hrs on Wednesday, 22 February 2017, in Room No 128, School of International Studies- II, JNU

1100-1110 hrs | Opening Remarks by the Chair
Prof Srikanth Kondapalli
Chairperson, Centre for East Asian Studies, JNU, and Distinguished Fellow, IPCS
1110-1125 hrs | India's Energy Policy: Energy Needs and Climate Change
Dr Nanda Kumar Janardhanan
Assistant Professor, Energy Studies Programme, JNU
1125-1140 hrs | China's Energy Policy: Energy Needs and Climate Change
Prachi Aggarwal
Assistant Professor, Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies
1140-1155 hrs | India and China: Cooperation and competition in Renewable Energy
Tapan Bharadwaj
Researcher, IPCS
1155-1210 hrs | Future of Renewable Energy in India & China
Dr PC Maithani
Adviser, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India
1210-1255 hrs | Discussion
1255-1300 hrs | Closing Remarks by the Chair


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