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'India may need $10 trn investment to achieve net-zero emission by 2070'

A joint white paper issued by GE-EY said on Thursday said that India would continue to rely on coal power, at least in the near future

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced India's zero emission target to be achieved by 2070 at COP-26 (26th United Nations Climate Change Conference in 2021).

Press Trust of India New Delhi
India will need an investment of over USD 10 trillion to achieve its net-zero emission target by 2070, a report said on Thursday.
 
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced India's zero emission target to be achieved by 2070 at COP-26 (26th United Nations Climate Change Conference in 2021).
 
"India may require an investment of over USD 10 trillion to achieve its net-zero target by 2070," a joint white paper issued by GE-EY said on Thursday.
 
It said that India would continue to rely on coal power, at least in the near future. Thus, the country needs to focus on and

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First Published: Jun 16 2022 | 7:01 PM IST

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