Through a series of domestic reforms and strategic internal partnerships, India has emerged as the front runner in the race for climate leadership, globally.
As India explores new technologies for supporting its push towards a green future, fuel cells are likely to play an important role.
While the world is taking note of the environmental impacts of the virus, it will be necessary to find methods to sustain it in a post-pandemic world.
The green energy sector can provide an impetus for India and the UK to collaborate more closely. India’s electricity demand is expected to triple from 800 terawatt hours (Wh) to 2,400 TWh by 2030. Meeting this demand sustainably is a formidable task. India’s per capita power consumption is around one-fourth of China’s and is one of the lowest per capita emitter of CO2 in the world but it is also the third-largest CO2 emitter in the world with 76 per [...]