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What is SAREH

USAID’s South Asia Regional Energy Hub (SAREH) is a regional coordination and communication platform that assists USAID in collating, analyzing, and better communicating its clean energy programming efforts in South Asia. The program, managed out of USAID/India, aids in U.S. Government’s interventions in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives, to support energy security and clean energy development. SAREH facilitates collaborations and knowledge exchange, while creating new avenues for private sector participation.

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Recent Events

International Women’s Day 2024: Promoting Gender Parity & Inclusion in the South Asian Energy Sector

In celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD) 2024, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through the South Asia Regional Energy Hub (SAREH) (joined forces with South Asia

South Asia Energy Series: Mitigating Power Market Risks with Electricity Derivatives

The USAID through the South Asia Regional Energy Hub (SAREH) (also referred as the “Hub”), organized an online session as part of the South Asia Energy Series on Electricity

South Asia Energy Series: Energy Data Analytics for Decision Making in Power Sector

The South Asia Regional Energy Hub (SAREH) in collaboration with Industry experts and market leaders organized the virtual South Asia Energy Series – Energy Data Analytics for Decision Making

Master Class on ‘Financing Green Hydrogen in South Asia’ – 3 Part Series

USAID, through its South Asia Regional Energy Hub (SAREH) platform, collaborated with the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India, to organize a 3-part online Masterclass

Master Class on Short Term Power Trade through Power Exchanges

The third and final part of the virtual master class on Short Term Power Trade through Power Exchanges, in association with PTC India Limited, took place on July 25,

Part I – Master Class on ‘Short Term Power Trade through Power Exchanges’

The first part of the Master Class on Short Term Power Trade through Power Exchanges – 3 Part Series for regional power sector stakeholders, was held virtually on June
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