Anuraag Nallapaneni

Job Title
Senior Program Associate - Hydrogen

Anuraag is a Manager - Hydrogen at WRI India in the Sustainable Cities and Transport program. As part of the Hydrogen team his current work involves accelerating adoption of low carbon hydrogen through projects that create a conducive ecosystem for scaling hydrogen applications across various applications. He comes from a diverse experience in the clean energy and energy storage sectors. Prior to joining WRI, he was a consultant at Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), where he was involved in technical and commercial feasibility assessment, business model development, capacity building strategies and policy assessment for public and private sector entities in the renewable energy and energy storage sectors in India and South East Asia region. Anuraag holds a master's in Renewable Energy Engineering from Cranfield University, UK and an Integrated master's in Chemistry from the University of Hyderabad.

February 20, 2024Welcome and Introduction

February 20, 2024Speech Title to be Confirmed

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Webinar Collection
Promising Brazilian Photovoltaic Market – Opportunities and Challenges

June 1st, 2023

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The solar photovoltaic market in Brazil has experienced remarkable growth in the last ten years. This year alone Brazilian developers have already installed at least 2.1 GW of distributed-generation solar and more than 1.3 GW of centralized PV.

Press Release
Power2Drive AWARD 2023 Winners Announced: Smart Charging, Megawatt Charging Plug and EV Battery Analysis

June 13, 2023

Debut of the Power2Drive AWARD: This evening, innovators in the field of electromobility and charging infrastructure were honored for the first time on a big stage in the International Congress Center München (ICM).

Press Release
ees AWARD 2023: Awards for Outstanding Innovations in the Storage Industry

June 13, 2023

This evening, the ees AWARD 2023 was presented on a big stage at the International Congress Center München (ICM).

The Critical Role of Water Supply in India's Green Hydrogen Ambitions

India's ambitious goal of producing five million metric tonnes of green hydrogen by 2030 has sparked conversations around funding, cost reduction, and production plans. However, amidst these discussions, an essential aspect remains largely overlooked—the crucial role of water supply.

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The smarter E AWARD 2023: Outstanding Projects For Tomorrow’s Energy World Honored

June 13, 2023

Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen's FlexNet EkO research project, (re)energisa's clean energy supply project in the heart of the Brazilian rainforest, and the installation of the SIRIUS energy management system...

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