India needs a secure and reliable energy system to meet its economic development goals in a sustainable manner. This is where Shakti comes in. Our mandate is to strengthen the energy security of the country by aiding the design and implementation of policies that encourage energy efficiency as well as renewable energy. We work in areas with the maximum potential for energy savings: Power, Transportation, Industry, Buildings, and Appliances. In essence, we act as a systems integrator, bringing together key stakeholders including government, civil society and business in strategic ways to promote the adoption of clean energy policies in these sectors.

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FEATURED INITIATIVES
Building political support for fuel economy standards in India
Fuel Efficiency
Building support among media and CSOs for better fuel economy and standards >>
Utility CEO Forum on Demand Side Management
Electric Utilities
Demand Side Management (DSM) despite being one of the least cost resources of electricity, has not been >>
Assessment of Indian cities to implement Non-motorized Transport infrastructure and policies.
Systems and Planning
The Ecomobility Readiness Assessment project aims to bridge the gap between national level focus on Non Motorized transport (NMT) and ground level realities. >>
Building Media and CSO Support on Vehicles and Fuel Efficiency
Fuel Efficiency
The project was conceived to build capacity among the CSOs and the media to create awareness among the communities nationwide about fuel efficiency standards and to enable communities to demand stringent standards. >>
NEWSROOM
Solar power generation mandatory in houses, malls in Haryana

The Haryana government today said it has decided to implement an energy conservation action plan under which solar power generation will be made mandatory in different categories of buildings or areas with a suitable enforcement mechanism. >>
The Economic Times |  15 Jun 2014
Master plan soon to make Puducherry a 'solar city'

Already, the city has been inching towards energy-efficient power more in a bits-and-pieces fashion than in holistic mission mode. >>
The Hindu |  13 Jun 2014