Mr. Daniel, Good insights about the power situation in India. Not only for India, Power crisis is a major challenge to combat climate change. Is the world bank receptive to innovative technologies which can meet demands of sustainability? Capital costs, lowest power costs, flexibility of sites, base and peak load options, retro fitting existing heat based power plants for minimum conversion costs etc are critically important. The world Bank's contribution to climate change mitigation depends on strict discretion on clean technology options. I would suggest the world bank includes a suggestion box from potential technology inventors, which can be nurtured in all aspects, right form Intellectual Property Protection support for the benefit of the planet. How about introducing such open windows in the world bank's operation systems, so that any one can contribute to the right cause of sustainable development, instead of world bank and countries interacting?