The specialist shall lead energy sector analysis, including on power sector regulation, energy master plans, deployment of sustainable energy efficiency technologies, development of electric vehicles infrastructure, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics, inclusive energy transition and other areas to provide interventions into new business areas. The specialist shall assess existing energy products and propose alternatives, including RE options and efficient use of power including load management and other demand side management measures, and propose change in operating models according to the existing markets. The specialist shall support in identifying potential stakeholders including (but not limited to) various state and national government agencies, local urban bodies, DISCOMs, private manufacturers, service providers and other national and international sector stakeholders. The specialist shall also review and assess planned country and regional projects and propose new projects as appropriate. The specialist shall work with other experts supporting the process re-engineering exercise and migration strategies. The expert shall also support the design and delivery of capacity-building efforts through training and workshops.
To assist EESL in development of business strategy and business plan, and building necessary capacity in various existing and new demand-side energy efficiency investment areas such as renewable energy, green generation, Industrial sector energy efficiency, carbon financing, electric vehicles or other such emerging energy efficiency initiatives/ technologies across India.