Points For Consideration
The vast majority of Indians still live in poverty, with country’s population already large and growing quickly. India’s economic industrial growth pattern related to global climate policy and energy markets is filled with critical variables and global implications. The ‘National Institution for Transforming India’ published a Draft National Energy Policy for public comments sheds light on India’s energy challenges for the coming decades.
Energy projections demand supply up to 2040, with coal suffering setbacks and solar power is thriving. Predictions are power generation capacity could reach double today’s less than 200 gigawatts. Coal will remain a hugely important component of India’s power sector long term.
- As innovative as India is showing up on the radar as one of the more innovative countries right now. So, then why does their future look the way it does?
- Is it not feeding into an already decaying system? Or are there silver linings in this story?
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