Berkeley Lab Foundation

For Support Of Lawrence Berkeley National Lab's INDCs Work In India, China, And Mexico

  • Amount
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
The U.S. government has eliminated funding for the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) to support developing countries with technical support for the purpose of achieving the climate mitigation goals set in the Paris Climate treaty. These Nationally Determined Commitments (NDC) were set with the implicit understanding the U.S. government would provide technical support to key countries. This is a one-time bridge grant to keep that technical support on track until the Lab either receives funding from the U.S. government or they can raise the funds from other governments or corporations.
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for the India Energy program  
This grant will support the nonpartisan research and analyses of India Energy Program at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The research will help to establish a pathway for achieving Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s goal of energy independence by 2047, using clean technologies. In order to achieve this, for the next two years the program will focus on supporting the implementation of a 500 GW renewable energy target in the power sector, and assisting in the establishment of sector-specific targets and strategies for industry and transport. (Substrategy: India National Policy)
for the India Program  
This grant will supplement the India Program of the International Energy Analysis department at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The lab will conduct scientific and techno-economic analyses for industry sector decarbonization. (Substrategy: India National Policy)

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