Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Highlights Seven Key Pillars of the Country’s Future Energy Strategy
India plays a key role in the global energy transition strategy. Without her participation, it is simply impossible to seriously talk about «greening» the world energy balance and reducing the level of emissions of pollutants into the atmosphere. Here, as they say, size matters. #India is the second most populous country in the world, after China (India 1.378 billion people, # China 1.406 billion people). From here come the energy consumption indicators, the number of the vehicle fleet …
Everyone has seen pictures and videos of Indian cities drowning in smog from car exhaust and thermal power plant emissions. This ecological and energy problem in the country has not only been declared, but also a state strategy has been adopted, which should radically change the situation. But it will not be possible to change everything quickly, this is a complex problem. And its cornerstone is the radical reduction in the use of coal in the generation structure. According to the Department of Energy (
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Speaking at the fourth annual
Regarding energy efficiency, Narendra Modi stressed that the country is implementing a program to install
The tasks set by the Indian government have a clear line — reducing the use of coal, increasing generation from renewable energy sources and gas, and electrifying the automotive sector. This is not solved in one year. There is a task at least until 2030, and a maximum, until the middle of the century. The implementation of these plans will not only solve the country’s environmental problems, but also make it one of the largest electric vehicle markets in the world, which means it will make a significant contribution to reducing the global demand for petroleum products as a type of fuel.
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