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India’s hard push on renewables isn’t about climate change—yet

Sweety Devangan, a 42-year-old tailor, checks her phone during a power outage near a power station in Korba, Chhattisgarh, India.
Sweety Devangan, a 42-year-old tailor, checks her phone during a power outage near a coal power plant in Korba, Chhattisgarh.
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After spending 25 years working in the financial markets, Tim Buckley has dedicated himself to understanding and accelerating the transition to clean energy.

Tim Buckley

Now, he works for the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, a think tank funded by non-profits like the Rockefeller Family Fund and the Hewlett Foundation. He heads the Australasia bureau, focusing on the electricity sector in China and India, where he frequently meets with top decision-makers in industry and government.

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