India is poised to achieve 225 GW renewable energy capacity addition by March 2022, as against the current target of 175 GW project capacity by the said deadline.
“India’s current capacity stands at 70 GW, we will cross the 175 GW target well before 2022,” said R. K Singh, minister for Power and New and Renewable Energy at a press meet here on Tuesday.
MNRE Secretary Anand Kumar, announcing the trajectory of bids over the next couple of years, said that while the current target is 175 GW, the Ministry’s ‘mission’ is to add 225 GW Read More
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