India would achieve the target of 175 GW of installed renewable energy capacities well before 2022, a senior government official said today.
“India would achieve its target of 175 GW of installed renewable energy capacity well before 2022 for which bidding process would be completed on time and International Solar Alliance (ISA) shall help mobilise sufficient funds for solar energy projects, said New & Renewable Energy Secretary Anand Kumar at a PHDCCI event here today.
Kumar said in the statement issued by industry body that over the years the renewable energy has become cheaper and is set to replace conventional energy, which is a healthy development, and added that India has one of the fastest growing renewable energy programmes in the world.
He stressed that the country would achieve its target of 175 GW of installed renewable energy capacity well before 2022 adding that ISA shall help mobilise sufficient funds for solar energy projects. Read More
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