“Three countries are leading the renewable energy revolution”, said a headline on the World Economic Forum (WEF) website, and hold your breath – the flags of China, US and India follow on a graphic, titled with the caption, “These three countries will account for two-thirds of global renewable expansion to 2022”. One can’t help but feel a moment of pride.
The WEF article is based on a report by the International Energy Agency’s (IEA’s) Renewables Report 2017, which says that sharp cost reductions and improved policy support are paving the way for continued growth in the renewables sector in India.
The Palpable Energy In India
Sure enough, the energy has been palpable in the Indian Renewable Energy (RE) sector scene for several years now. Read More
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