CEEW

AcronymDefinition
CEEWCouncil on Energy, Environment and Water (India)
CEEWCommunication Effectiveness in Electronic Warfare
CEEWCentral and Eastern European Workshop
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The analysis conducted by researchers from IIASA and CEEW, however, suggests that NCAP needs to be backed by a legal mandate to ensure successful ground-level implementation of emission control measures.
Arunabha Ghosh, Chief Executive Officer of CEEW. "By expanding production of these better products for the national market, India could not only prevent a surge of new climate change pollution, it would also avoid the added expense of a double transition from one technology to another over time."
Building on the April 2012 report from CEEW and NRDC, which discussed the tremendous growth of the domestic solar market under Phase 1 of India's National Solar Mission, this new report focuses on the progress of CSP projects during Phase 1, identifying the benefits of and barriers to CSP growth in India.
New Delhi [India], August 31 ( ANI ): Solar powered primary healthcare centres (PHCs) in Chhattisgarh admitted over 50% more patients and conducted almost twice the number of child deliveries in a month compared to power-deficit PHCs without a solar system, according to study released on Thursday by the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW).
"Subsidies should be directed towards water efficient irrigation infrastructure, integrated water resources management interventions such as watershed management and energy efficient pumps," says Sugam of CEEW.
16 -- Dr Arunabha Ghosh, Chief Executive Officer of the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), has been named among the 150 next generation leaders from 30 countries in the Asia Pacific region who will participate in the Asia Society's sixth annual Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit, to be held in New Delhi from November 18 to 20, 2011.
Summary: New Delhi [India] June 24, (ANI) : The recent joint report of India's Council on Energy, Environment and Water(CEEW) and the Natural Resources Defense Council(NRDC) states the growth of renewable energy in India could create over three lakh new jobs over the next five years.
The event, organized jointly by WWF-India and the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), was also attended by Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) secretary Upendra Tripathy and former MNRE secretary V.