Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday welcomed Australia to the International Solar Alliance (ISA) and said its membership will provide a great boost to the initiative.
India’s leadership in creation of International Solar Alliance (ISA) is commendable, and now the country is considering renewable energy applications beyond electricity, said Jamshyd Godrej, Chairperson, Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) and Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation.
Pieces are falling into place for an important collaboration between India and Africa to end energy poverty. The stakes are high, as sub-Saharan Africa and India account for over 80 percent of the world’s 1.1 billion unelectrified.
India might be playing a leadership role in bringing the world together for the International Solar Alliance, but it is struggling with the adoption of solar rooftops in its metro cities, a recent study has shown
Commissioning A Study On Common Risk Mitigation Mechanism For Solar Power Generation Projects In Solar Resources Rich Countries Under Aegis Of ISA.
Argentina, Burkina-Faso, Chad, France, India, Ivory Coast, Mali, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Sénégal, Uganda and Yemen have jointly supported commissioning of a study to define and structure a Common Risk Mitigation Mechanism (CRMM) for solar power generation projects in solar rich countries today .
The Economic Survey 2017 tabled in the Parliament on Tuesday — the first day of the Budget session by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley applauded the policy actions taken for the country’s renewable energy sector.
India positioned itself as a major player in 2016 in the fight against global warming, ratifying the historic Paris agreement and also playing a ‘constructive’ role in the Marrakesh climate summit
Affordability, Access & Inclusiveness Driving India’s Energy Policies: India’s Union Minister of State (IC) for Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy, Piyush Goyal told a gathering of UK investors in London on April 19.