The governments of the United States of America and India have created the Sustainable Growth Pillar under the U.S.-India Strategic Energy Partnership. The collaboration is co-led by the National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). PNNL has led two tasks under this collaboration on energy data management and energy modeling. Below are highlights of some of this work:
- Srinivasan, S., Kholod, N., Chaturvedi, V., Ghosh, P.P., Mathur, R., Clarke, L., Evans, M., Hejazi, M., Kanudia, A., Koti, P.N., Liu, B., Parikh, K.S., Ali, M.S., Sharma, K., 2018. Water for electricity in India: A multi-model study of future challenges and linkages to climate change mitigation. Applied Energy 210, 673-684.
- Paladugula, A.L., Kholod, N., Chaturvedi, V., Ghosh, P.P., Pal, S., Clarke, L., Evans, M., Kyle, P., Koti, P.N., Parikh, K., Qamar, S., Wilson, S.A., 2018. A multi-model assessmentof energy and emissions for India’s transportation sector through 2050. Energy Policy116, 10-18.
- Liu B., M. Evans, S. Yu, V. Roshchanka, S. Dukkipati, and A. Sreenivas. 2017. Effective Energy Data Management for Low-carbon Growth Planning: An Analytical Framework for Assessment. Energy Policy107, pp. 32-42.
- Yu S., M. Evans, V. Roshchanka, and B. Liu. 2014. International Best Practices on Energy Data Management: Insights for an Indian Roadmap. PNNL-23623. Richland, WA: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
- Webinar on water scarcity and the nexus between water, energy, land use and food in India (December 17, 2018)
- India’s Energy Data Management– presentation at 2018 EIA annual energy conference
- Webinar presentation on Building Measurement Practices in the U.S.: Lessons Learned
- Energy Data Collection and Dissemination in the U.S.: Supply Side and Demand Side Data