Waiting For Green Transition

While climate technologies are in place to help India achieve its 2030 decarbonisation targets, the country needs to invest in innovation and create green infrastructure to stay ahead

India wants to reach from under 160 GW of non-fossil energy capacity at present to 500 GW in the next eight years, something it has committed to the world as part of its responsibility to reduce greenhouse gases emission. It wants to reduce the projected carbon emissions by one billion tonnes, which will cut down the economy’s carbon intensity by 45% on a baseline of 2005. It will also help the country achieve its net-zero emissions target for 2070.