India’s non-fossil energy capability will attain 500GW by 2030 and the nation shall meet half of its energy necessities by way of renewable energy, lowering the carbon depth of its financial system by lower than 45 per cent, NITI Aayog member V Okay Saraswat mentioned on Monday.
Speaking at an occasion right here, Saraswat mentioned, “Furthermore, India may even cut back the overall projected carbon emissions by 1 billion tonnes from now onwards until 2030. By the yr 2070, India will obtain the goal of Net Zero”.
He was addressing the Norway-India Business Summit 2022 organized by CII in affiliation with the Embassy of Norway.
Saraswat additionally highlighted that deep decarbonisation requires broad-based programs strategy throughout a portfolio of choices together with clear energy carriers reminiscent of Hydrogen and Methanol and Renewables.
While talking in regards to the use of various fuels to cut back import and emissions, he mentioned that presently BioCNG, ethanol and methanol are various fuels accessible with India and in future inexperienced Hydrogen will probably be accessible by way of renewables, which can lead to a discount in emissions by 40 per cent.
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