Rashika Gupta

IHS Markit

Director of Power, Gas, Coal & Renewables

Dr. Gupta has more than fifteen years of experience in energy markets. Her expertise includes economic and policy assessment, power and fuel market analysis, power market modeling, power trading, energy management, regulatory and commercial analysis, and environmental policy analysis for India and Asia Pacific power and fuel markets. Currently, she leads the IHS Markit's South Asia Power & Renewables team, analyzing the power and fuel markets for the South Asian market covering India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Dr. Gupta was with Statkraft Markets and with ICF International. She has worked on numerous consulting assignments and commercial projects and with independent power producers, investors, private equity funds, power utilities, energy majors, industrial consumers, and government planning bodies to support their business and commercial strategies. Dr. Gupta holds a bachelor's degree from Kirori Mal College, India; a master's degree from Hansraj College, India; and a doctorate from Delhi University, India.

Sessions With Rashika Gupta

Wednesday, 9 March

  • 07:30am - 08:40am (CST) / 09/mar/2022 01:30 pm - 09/mar/2022 02:40 pm

    Strategic Dialogue

    India's Energy Future: Multiple transitions

    Panel Gas & LNG

    How does India’s commitment to deep decarbonization in the near term, and to net zero by 2070 at the Glasgow COP26 fit in the context of the country’s multiple, sometimes conflicting, policy objectives of energy security, affordable access, and environmental integrity? Against this backdrop, how will India deliver on its multiple promises and manage its energy transition? What are the long-term strategies for the coal sector, with its strong political-economic implications? How will the financially ailing distribution companies manage growing shares of variable renewables and electric vehicles while maintaining grid reliability? What is the roadmap and expectations from new or nascent technologies such as batteries, hydrogen, and CCUS? Is there a role for gas as a bridge fuel in the transition or will coal continue to be the king? What reforms are needed in the governance and fiscal space to introduce dynamism into India’s low-carbon inclusive growth aspirations? 

Thursday, 10 March