Building up storage capacity of renewable energy will add impetus to tackling climate change: RK Singh
Power Minister RK Singh has said that building up storage capacity of renewable energy will add impetus to tackling climate change and the government is serious about mitigating its impacts.
Delivering the keynote address at the Clean Energy Ministerial Meeting on ‘India Energy Spotlight’ in New Delhi today, he urged the international community to create a low-cost fund to finance storage and clean energy projects to tackle climate change.
He said that heavy mobility in the country will require green hydrogen as it will play a key role in reduction of carbon emissions. The Minister expressed confidence that India will emerge as the biggest forum for green hydrogen in the World.
He said the government is committed to further carbon emission reduction despite several challenges. The Clean Energy Ministerial is a high-level global forum of 29 member countries to promote policies and programs that advance clean energy technology. It brings together the world’s leading economies, international organizations and companies to achieve clean energy transitions.
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