INDIA'S RENEWABLE PLAN $20 BLN
ENERDATA - 30 Nov 2020 - The renewable energy capacity in India, which exceeded 130 GW (including hydropower and biomass) at the end of 2019, is expected to increase to over 220 GW by 2022, according to the government. This will require an annual investment of US$20bn. The previous objective was to increase the renewable capacity to 227 GW by 2022. The government aims to further develop renewables to reaches 450 GW of renewables 2030.
2020, November, 23, 12:15:00INDIA'S SOLAR ENERGY WILL UP
The solar capacity addition in India in the first quarter of 2020 was the lowest since 2016.
2020, November, 12, 13:50:00INDIA'S ECONOMY STIMULUS $16 BLN
The government will spend 1.2 trillion rupees ($16.1 billion) on the latest stimulus program in addition to the 1.45 trillion rupees announced on Wednesday,
2020, November, 11, 14:45:00RENEWABLE ENERGY NEEDS INVESTMENTS
Annual investment in renewables would need to almost triple from an average of just below USD 300 billion in 2013-2018 to almost USD 800 billion through 2050.
2020, November, 11, 14:35:00INDIA ENERGY CONSUMPTION WILL DOUBLE
"India is set to nearly double its energy consumption over the long-term," Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the virtual forum. "Our energy sector will be growth-centric, industry friendly and environment-conscious."
2020, November, 10, 11:00:00CLEAN AND RELIABLE ENERGY
It’s possible that the coming transportation revolution will greatly reduce demand on the grid.
2020, November, 5, 12:30:00INDIA'S LPG IMPORTS UP
The rise in imports came despite India's LPG consumption edging down 0.26% on month to 2.267 million mt in September after several consecutive months of increase, although it was up 4.8% year on year, the PPAC data showed.
2020, November, 5, 12:20:00CLEAN ENERGY INVESTMENT $2 TLN
Increasing annual investment to $2 trillion per annum between 2021 and 2023 will encourage more private sector investment, providing an effective stimulus for the global economy.
2020, November, 3, 13:05:00INDIA'S ENERGY PARTNERSHIP
The government of India attaches great importance to improving energy security and transforming India’s energy landscape at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is adversely impacting the global energy sector.