India at the center of the transition to green and clean energy A US official
A group of Indian conglomerates including Reliance Industries, Adani Group and Tatas have announced plans to enter the clean energy sector, eyeing the opportunity that can be served in the country which holds one-sixth of humanity .
India is at the heart of any global climate response and a transition to green, clean energy, a visiting U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) official said Thursday.
Speaking at an event hosted by the DOE and the Observer Research Foundation think tank in the financial capital, DOE Assistant Secretary for International Affairs Andrew Light said India will also decide the global future. Energy.
A group of Indian conglomerates including Reliance Industries, Adani Group and the Tatas have announced plans to enter the clean energy sector, eyeing the opportunity that can be served in the country which holds one-sixth of the humanity.
An ORF statement quoted Light as saying India’s clean energy ministerial meeting in 2023 could establish the country’s “pivotal position” in shaping global green transitions.
The roundtable held on Thursday aimed to explore ideas for strengthening the India-US partnership for the 2030 Agenda through policy interventions, government and private sector leadership, and community engagement. civil society, according to the press release.
It also had the participation of business leaders, including Siddharth Sharma, director of sustainability of Tata Sons, Paul Abraham, resident of the Hinduja Foundation, and representatives of Dalmia Cement, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Deutsche Bank, Salesforce, the Maharashtra state government, Aditya Birla Group, non-profit organization WRI India and Praja Foundation among others.