Abstract

India is one of the largest economies in the world and, consequently, holds an important position in global climate politics. According to India’s Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, the country has some 230 million vehicles. This insight sheds light on the contribution of the transportation sector to India’s total value added (VA) and the sector’s rising carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

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Yagyavalk Bhatt

Senior Research Associate Yagyavalk Bhatt is an energy professional with more than seven years of experience in the transportation and electricity domain. His…

Yagyavalk Bhatt is an energy professional with more than seven years of experience in the transportation and electricity domain. His research focuses on transportation demand planning, demand and supply models of energy and transportation systems, and cost-benefit analysis. His work includes policy analysis of South Asia’s clean energy transition. His work also focuses on the impact of supply- and demand-side policies on the adoption of fuel-efficient transportation modes and their associated energy demand. He has authored and contributed to numerous research papers and studies related to the transportation and electricity sectors. Yagyavalk has a master’s degree in renewable energy management and engineering from The Energy Resource Institute (TERI) University, India, and a bachelor’s degree in electronics and communication.

 

Expertise

  • Policy Analysis
  • Transport Demand Modeling
  • Sustainable Transport
  • Clean Energy Transition
  • Renewable Energy and Climate Change

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