India met its non-fossil energy targets ahead of time, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi
In 2016, India set a goal of meeting 40% of its installed electrical capacity. According to an official announcement released on Thursday, India has met its goal of using non-fossil energy sources for 40% of its installed electricity-producing capacity.
“India committed to reaching 40% of its installed power capacity from non-fossil energy sources by 2030 as part of its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) at COP 21, as part of its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs).” The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy stated, “The country has already accomplished this aim in November 2021.”
The country’s installed renewable energy (RE) capacity is 150.05 GW, while its nuclear energy-based installed power capacity is 6.78 GW, according to the statement.
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