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Why India needs to build a robust framework to facilitate energy transition

The investment buzz for the transition has begun but policy frameworks still lag the process

Solar Energy, Renewable Energy, Green Energy
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The big question, however, remains on India’s transition to a low-carbon economy while keeping the social impact in mind

Shreya Jai New Delhi
To think that the value zero can attract million dollars’ worth of investment may appear far-fetched, even in the country where the concept of zero was invented. From November 2021 onwards, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared at the COP26 in Glasgow that India would be a net carbon-zero economy by 2070, any and every announcement, policy directives in key sectors, and corporate investment have revolved around it. The target is still a good 47 years away but the buzz has started and rightly so.

The spotlight has shifted to renewable energy (RE), green fuels, decarbonisation, green financing and electric

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First Published: Dec 28 2022 | 7:09 PM IST

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