India’s energy mix will be substantially complemented by renewable energy and the country is going to generate around 175 Gigawatt of energy from such sources, Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan has said.
He said India was a leading player in the renewable energy movement and has positioned itself in this arena in a short span of time.
“We are going to generate around 175 Gigawatt of renewable energy on solar, wind, bio-CNG, bio-fuel to small hydro projects ie all the verticals and in the near future, India’s energy mix will be substantially complemented by renewable energy,” he told PTI.
Concluding his three-day visit to the UAE, Pradhan who is also the minister for skill development and entrepreneurship said that India-UAE relationship is at its peak. Read More
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