· Jana Gana Mana
solar is perfect for india because of the heat, but the thing is to implement and make solar panels are very expensive....
This will do wonders for the environment. India is truly leading the way in green energy revolution! Any idea of Thorium Nuclear Power Plants in India?I attended a talk by Piyush Goyal and Kevin Rudd ex PM of Australia. Piyush btw is the star implementer of around 100% electricity reach to distant villages of India.
Kevin however is clueless person who repeated old stats on India and of course his mantra of global trade with China/Asia which in KungFlu era have industries scrambling to relocate manufacturing. Sorry kevin you are factually wrong..
Energy consumption in India among its 1.3 billion people is rising fast, with 65 percent of the country’s electrical power currently generated from coal. Because of the dominance of India’s coal industry, few experts ever expected India to be on track to significantly exceed two key commitments to the Paris Agreement. One is India’s pledge to increase the share of power-generation capacity that doesn’t use fossil fuels to 40 percent by 2030; today, Indian generation capacity from renewable, hydroelectric, and nuclear sources already reaches 38 percent, putting India on track to comfortably exceed its target. The other commitment is to reduce carbon emissions by 33 to 35 percent (from 2005 levels) by 2030. Again, India looks likely to reduce emissions by as much as 45 percent by 2030, far surpassing its Paris target.