Designing and analysing Distributed Renewable Energy (DRE) policies requires taking into account several key considerations with the aim of promoting sustainable and efficient energy systems. To analyse the effectiveness of these policies, several key metrics are considered including renewable energy capacity and generation, greenhouse gas emissions reductions, energy prices and affordability, job creation, technological advancements, and the overall reliability and resilience of the system. Policy design and analysis in the field of DRE also requires a multidisciplinary approach which takes technical, economic, social, and environmental factors into account. Likewise, the collaboration between policymakers, industry experts, and researchers is necessary to develop and evaluate effective policies that can accelerate the transition to clean energy and a sustainable future.
We have wide-ranging experience in policy formulation and analysis, and in advocating for the implementation of Distributed Renewable Energy systems for Central and State governments. We look at key issues from the perspectives of multiple stakeholders – from the government and project developers to consumers – and design policies, accordingly, ensuring an inclusive approach to sustainable development.