1. such as solar energy, hydropower, wind

1.     
Improving
energy efficiency
– creating regulatory and policy regime to reduce the imported fuels, disruptive
fossil fuel extraction and reduce emission of carbon.
– promoting LED bulbs which is energy efficient and saving over 100 billion KWh
annually
– labelling energy rating on appliance which provide consumer more information about
energy consumption to
– Partial risk guarantee fund for energy efficiency (PRGFEE), a policies which provide
financial organisation financial coverage for extending loans for energy efficiency
projects.
– Venture capital fund for energy efficiency (VCFEE), providing last mile of
equity capital to energy efficiency companies
– setting minimum energy standards for commercial buildings with the policy of The
energy conservation building code (ECBC)
– GRIHA, rating energy of building by 34 criteria
– promoting the renewable green energy such as solar energy, hydropower, wind
energy, biomass energy and nuclear power
– shifting toward better technologies for coal based power plant
– creating policies to enhance energy efficiency in industries, such as PAT and
ZED

2.     
Set
a better emissions intensity target for 2030 to update 2020 Copenhagen pledge.

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3.     
Run
couple of improvement and innovation of urban areas such as Smart Cities
Mission, Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) and
National Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana (HRIDAY)

4.     
Promoting
the conversion of waste to wealth
– improving sales of fertilizers and providing assistance to develop the market
– investing in Solid Waste Management (SWM) projects and waste water management
– recently launch Swarchh Bharat Mission (clean India mission)

5.     
Planned
afforestation
– Green India Mission (GIM) aimed to increase coverage of forest and improve the
quality of plantation, it was expected to enhance carbon sequestration

6.     
Reduction
of pollution
– Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS), high pollution industries
require to track emission and effluent discharge points
– Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs), to treat the effluent emanating
from the clusters of compatible small industries
– The Fly Ash Utilisation Policy, to makes it mandatory to use fly ash product
– Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD), to treated effluent for irrigation
– National Air Quality Index (AQI) launched, notified everyday based on 6
pollutant
– Amendment of Municipal Solid Waste Management, which restrict proper
segregation of waste, enhance waste processing and improve scientific landfills

India
industry volunteering participate in carbon disclosure programmes which they
report their management strategy on GHG emissions
– India indicates a reduction of 165 million metric tonnes of CO2 equivalent by
Indian industries.
– “India GHG Programme”, a voluntary programme to improve the developing of
India-specific emission factors and for corporation to gauge their carbon
footprints
– Companies which reach the certain limit of profit, are spending 2% of their
annual profit on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. There are estimated
over 3.5 billion USD of CSR funding available annually will be invested into
the development