Last Updated: NOVEMBER 16, 2021

At the recently concluded COP26 summit in Glasgow, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that India would increase the installed capacity of renewables to 500GW by 2030. While the government’s earlier plan was to ramp up renewable capacity of 450 GW, another 50 GW has been added to the target. India, until now, has been able to achieve only a fourth of this target.

Renewable capacity addition as per CEA data for September had crossed the 100 GW mark. PM Modi has also set a target of net-zero for 2070. But what is interesting is that India plans to reach half of its …

Source Link: https://www.business-standard.com/article/economy-policy/india-plans-to-achieve-half-of-its-renewable-potential-by-2030-121111600897_1.html