Aiming to cut down emissions, India on Thursday announced a national mission on cleaner coal utilisation and setting up of two centres of excellence on clean coal technologies entailing an expenditure of $248 million.
Leading the Indian delegation at the Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial here, Union Environment and Science Minister Harsh Vardhan announced a national mission on advanced ‘ultra super critical technologies’ for cleaner coal utilisation that will cost $238 million. Read More…
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