India has already installed 73.35 GW of renewable power generation capacity and projects of 21.5 GW are under various stage of implementation, said a senior official.
“Today India is leading the growth in renewable energy on the world map. We have already installed 73.35 GW, projects worth 21.5 GW are under various stages of implementation and projects amounting to another 25 GW are under various stages of bidding,” Anand Kumar, Secretary, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, said at SKOTCH Summit here.
The Ministry of New & Renewable Energy received the SKOCH Award for outstanding performance in the summit.
Commenting on receiving award Kumar said: “On this occasion, when Ministry of New & Renewable Energy has been recognised as one of the major player in power sector, we feel humble. Read More
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