India has turned the climate limelight on itself by announcing ambitious plans to set up 450 gigawatts (Gw) of renewable energy (RE) capacity by 2030. As nations gather for the global climate conference (COP26) in Glasgow at the end of this month, much expectation is riding on India with immense pressure from the developed world, especially the host country United Kingdom, and the United States of America, one of the world’s top emitters of greenhouse gases.
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First Published: Wed, October 27 2021. 06:00 IST