India is the second largest energy consumer in the world. Over the last five years, the country has made considerable progress towards achieving universal access to modern energy, including clean fuel for cooking and electricity, affordable and secure energy for its citizens.
From increasing investments in Solar PVs to setting up options for large scale energy storage, India is striving hard to achieve its goal of generating 450 GW of power from renewable energy sources by 2030. The article about “the evolving landscape of an energy focused country” highlights some of the persisting challenges the country has faced and the measures taken to counter them.
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