The project will be implemented by a consortium comprising of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI); Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE); and Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) (collectively referred to as the Implementing Partners). TERI is the leader of the consortium. While, TERI will be managing the overall project and the grant, each of the implementing partners would carry out specific components/activities of the project mentioned below. The four-year grant aims to foster innovative, cross-sectoral work by the consortium partners and provide the opportunity for strategic actions to put forward the sustainable cooling agenda in India. The project will also involve convening different stakeholder groups at the national and international level that can assist with creating cross-sectoral discussion and knowledge sharing around emerging pieces of analysis and conclusions. These convenings would provide a place for assembling different line ministries, and international and domestic cooling policy experts to come together and synergies the actions to facilitate the implement the ICAP.