Global carbon dioxide emissions are rising again but India’s ranking has improved by three points, a Germanwatch report said on Monday.
The World Bank on Monday praised India’s success in renewable energy auctions that delivered record-setting low prices for solar power and said that the number of countries with strong policy frameworks for sustainable energy more than tripled — from 17 to 59 — in the eight years till 2017.
Apart from setting a new template for trilateral partnership in the arena of international nuclear cooperation, the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant is also giving a platform to Indian nuclear industry players to keep their order book rolling.
India’s sectoral policies were still falling short of being consistent with the 2015 Paris Climate Change Agreement, but the country’s ambitious policy on renewable electricity was a promising sign, a report said.
After having a strong foothold in the IT industry, India is taking giant strides in the Artificial Intelligence Sector, where a study by Finnish industrial digitalization developer ZYFRA found that India is among top 15 countries as far as research in this field is concerned.
European research into the realisation of carbon-free fusion energy has generated a series of core benefits for the industry worldwide.
Electricity-generating fusion power plants — one of the biggest inventions in history — might be safe, efficient, reliable and environmentally responsible.
The Government of India has not given same attention to the nuclear industry as it has to other sources of renewable energy, experts feel.
At the Global Climate Action Summit, mayors and government functionaries of Indian cities have announced to scale up their actions to combat climate change and to protect people from hazardous climate impacts.
Emerging markets India and China are driving growth in energy demand and choosing renewables over fossil fuels.