INDIA LAUNCHES THE WORLD LARGEST SOLAR ENERGY AUCTION MAKING HISTORY IN CLEAN ENERGY

ENERGIA LIMPIA XXI. India continues to push solar energy to new levels this month organized one of the largest in its history, with ADANI being the main winner.

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Adani Green Energy Limited will be in charge of building 8GW of power with an estimated investment of $ 6 billion. A report carried by Energía Limpia XXI highlights that with this important investment, at least 400 thousand jobs will be created, energizing the so-called eco-friendly industry.

India is one of the countries that is most advanced in the fulfillment of the Paris agreements and under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Winner of the United Nations Champions of the Earth Prize), promotes an International Alliance to Promote Solar Energy (International Solar Alliance) According to the International Energy Agency and the World Economic Forum. India is the second most populous nation in the world, 1.32 billion people, and the third largest producer of greenhouse gases on the planet.

Coal supplies three-quarters of its energy matrix, however the country has begun to reverse the use of polluting energy. In just three years the country has doubled energy generation with clean sources, mainly solar. The country’s goal is to achieve 175GW of electricity production from clean sources in 2022 and 450GW in 2030. Renewables currently contribute 87GW to the so-called Asian tiger.

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Topics: Energy, ADANIGREEN-IN, leadership, sustainable development, climate change, global warming, Covid-19

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