Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Stanford University


April 6, 2006 - News

Researchers Quantify CO2 Reductions of Infrastructure Deals in China and India

By Mike Jackson

Analysis of the Indian-U.S. nuclear agreement, as well as substituting natural gas for coal in fueling the Chinese electricity sector, reveals that side agreements between developed and developing countries could result in massive greenhouse gas emission reductions.

Topics: Coal | Electricity | Natural gas | China | India