Komal Kareer

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Komal Kareer is a regional analyst covering electric mobility and corporate power procurement sectors at BloombergNEF, based in New Delhi. Her work focuses on analyzing market trends, policy dynamics, company strategies and building forecasts to provide strategic insights.
She previously worked as a corporate sustainability consultant at Schneider Electric, advising corporates on understanding India's regional power markets and formulating energy cost optimization strategies based on clean energy.
Komal holds an MSc in Economics from TERI School of Advanced Studies and a Bachelor's degree in Business Economics from the University of Delhi.

December 08, 2022Panel: Corporate Programmes - Role of Solar in Achieving Net Zero Targets

December 08, 2022Battery Swapping: A China Case Study



Reducing Range Anxiety - Battery Charging vs Swapping

Dec/08/2022 - 04:00 pm

Conference Area Conference Room I

Range anxiety and charging times are the biggest concerns that potential customers of EVs have. In this section, we look at how to tacking these issues and the topics could revolve around Battery Swapping Charging Infrastructure.


Panel: Corporate Programmes - Role of Solar in Achieving Net Zero Targets

Dec/08/2022 - 02:00 pm

Conference Area Conference Room I

Globally, more and more companies are aligning themselves to the Paris Climate goals and are declaring their decarbonisation targets using various platforms. The regulatory disclosure mandates are also driving this change. Commitment to Net Zero targets and publishing the targets in platforms like Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) is increasingly being adopted voluntarily by corporates globally. As of May 2022, more than 3000 companies have published their emission targets in the SBTi website. This includes more than 80 Indian companies. In this session, we can focus on the role of solar in corporate decarbonisation programmes and the topics will include The top 1000 companies by market capitalisation in India have to start reporting their sustainability performance in line with the Business Responsibility and Sustainability Reporting (BRSR) regulation by the SEBI from the year 2022-23. How are companies viewing solar as a means to improve their sustainability performance? What are the opportunities presented by companies who have committed to RE100 initiative (100% electricity from renewables)? Success stories of corporates who have made significant progress in their decarbonisation of their energy supply through renewables.

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