Climate change-induced extreme weather events are increasing, and energy systems are feeling the impact. The recent snowstorm in Texas is clear testament to that. The unexpected, prolonged storm caused an unplanned demand surge as people’s heating demand increased substantially in response. When coupled with a power market that values independence…
Nuvodita is a fellow/consultant at RMI India under the fellowship programme. She works with the team on electricity sector decarbonization and energy systems resilience in India.
Prior to RMI India, she was based at the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Kathmandu working on climate change adaptation research and interventions across India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. She has worked as a researcher in the Western Himalayan region to understand the political economy of water security.
Master of Public Administration, Environmental Science and Policy, Columbia University, New York
MA, Sustainable Development Practice, TERI University, New Delhi
Bachelor of Economics (Hons), Delhi University
Fulbright-Nehru Master’s Fellowship in 2019
New Delhi, India