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Sustainable Energy for All is an International non-profit organization that works in partnership with the UN and leaders in government, the private sector, financial institutions, philanthropies, and civil society to drive faster action toward the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG7) — access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all by 2030 — in line with the Net-Zero 2050 targets embodied in the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.
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The India and Global South Centre of the Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS), University of California, Davis, was launched at the Clean Energy Ministerial at Pittsburgh in 2022 becoming the first India-dedicated Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) research centre aimed at promoting ZEV uptake in the country while ensuring India’s emergence as a strategic leader in the global ZEV transition.

The centre, jointly with Indian institutional partners, works with stakeholders and policymakers in designing ZEV transition approaches and provides a platform for discussion in implementing the transition through analytical reports, workshops, and policy briefings.

The centre through the larger ITS ecosystem aims to provide Indian policymakers with information and tools on global trends in transport decarbonization, while simultaneously taking successful Indian approaches to other countries.
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Swaniti Global is a non-profit working towards building an ecosystem to enable an inclusive future in a climate-constrained world.

Swaniti works actively with legislators, policymakers, industry leaders, and civil society partners to transition countries towards a responsible green future.


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​ClimateWorks is a global platform for philanthropy to innovate and scale high-impact climate solutions that benefit people and the planet. We deliver global programs and services that equip philanthropy with the knowledge, networks, and solutions to drive climate progress for a more sustainable and equitable future. Since 2008, ClimateWorks has granted over $1.8 billion to more than 850 grantees in over 50 countries.​
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