EDF's Work in India
EDF's work in India
For more than a decade, EDF has supported India’s shift to a prosperous, healthy, low-carbon economy. Working in close collaboration with on-the-ground partners including government officials, businesses, academia, NGOs and others in civil society, EDF has implemented innovative solutions that demonstrate how low-carbon economic development can deliver tangible near-term benefits ranging from cleaner air to stronger rural economies.
Real-world sustainability experience
Climate Corps recruits and trains graduate students from a wide range of programs and embeds them in leading organizations around the world for 8-12 weeks during the summer. Since the program’s inception in 2008, more than 1,200 graduate students have been placed in more than 540 leading organizations spanning the U.S., China and India. Climate Corps fellows join the active and growing alumni network of 2,500 former fellows and host representatives.
What Climate Corps looks for
Climate Corps seeks graduate students with analytical and project management backgrounds who are excited to make an impact through climate and energy projects. Fellows are chosen for their ability to conduct technical and financial analyses, manage projects, communicate effectively, and help facilitate organizational change.
Climate Corps India
Climate Corps introduced its world-class fellowship program to India in 2021, placing 17 fellows from Indian post-graduate programs to advance net zero strategy, tackle sustainable supply chain challenges and uncover renewable energy opportunities at Amazon, ITC Limited, Mahindra LifeSpaces, Mahindra Holidays and Resorts, McDonald’s and Nestle. EDF looks forward to growing this program and its impact in India in the years ahead.
In late May, EDF hosts a week-long training for fellows that includes EDF and other expert speakers and trainers. The curriculum covers energy efficiency, sustainability strategy, carbon accounting, building systems, financial analysis and more.