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Associate Professor Sunila Kale featured on Cultures of Energy podcast

August 9, 2016

Jackson School Associate Professor Sunila Kale recently spoke with Rice anthropologists Dominic Boyer and Cymene Howe about energy politics in India. Kale shares insight into India’s power system as she discusses her book, Electrifying India (Stanford, 2014).

“Sunila’s new collaborative research focuses on how India is coping with a growing abundance of expensive green electricity, innovations in demand side management and a new political emphasis on increasing competition in the electricity market.”

Listen to the podcast: http://culturesofenergy.com/ep-27-sunila-kale/

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