- climate finance
- institutional investors
- renewable energy
- public policy
Chavi is an analyst in CPI’s India office where she focuses on renewable energy finance and climate policies in India. Her recent work with CPI includes developing a business case for mobilizing institutional investments in renewable energy sector in India, and tracking climate finance for CPI’s flagship series The Global Landscape of Climate Finance. She is currently developing a financial instrument, a long-term facility for traction battery, under the India Innovation Lab for Green Finance. Additionally, she conceptualized and supported the monitoring and evaluation framework for the US-India Clean Energy Finance Facility, which drives access to finance for the distributed solar power sector.
Prior to joining CPI, she worked with the National Council of Applied Economic Research on e-Readiness and e-Governance of the Indian States, foreign direct investment, national household surveys, social cost-benefit analysis, earth sciences, and economic development. She also worked with CB Richard Ellis and Copal Amba in various positions. Chavi holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the London School of Economics, and a Bachelor’s degree in economics from Delhi University. Her specialization is in public policy, econometrics modeling, and data analytics.