With schemes like Saubhagya and Ujjwala, the country is now entering a phase of greater energy availability, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Petrotech 2019 Summit.
“We are entering an era of greater energy availability,” Modi said, adding, “India has taken a lead in addressing issues of energy access. But more than a billion people across the globe still do not have access to electricity. Many more do not have access to clean cooking fuel.”
Modi said LPG connections have been given to over 64 million households in just under three years under the Ujjwala Scheme. The Scheme aims to provide clean cooking fuel connection to all households in India.
The Prime Minister added that India’s contribution to energy justice is significant.“In our success, I see hope for the world that problems of energy availability can be suitably addressed. Read More
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