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Latest Articles in Decarbonisation

JSW Steel Ropes In BCG To Work On Decarbonisation Goals For 2029-30

JSW Steel has an ambitious target of reducing its carbon emission by 42 per cent by 2029-30 versus base year 2005

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How Coal Can Support India’s Decarbonisation Story

Prashant Jain, Managing Director, GE Power India talks about the technologies which can make coal fired thermal power plants more efficient and aid India’s decarbonisation story

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India Joins First Movers Coalition To Decarbonise Carbon-heavy Sectors

Besides India, Denmark, Italy, Japan, Norway, Singapore, Sweden and the United Kingdom have also joined the US as government partners to create early markets for clean technologies through policy measures and private sector engagements

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India Can Help To Put World On Track To Meet Climate Goals: IEEFA

Boosting clean energy investments requires clarity and integrity on the policy front and the availability of cost-effective, long-term financing for infrastructure

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11% Of India's GDP Could Be Spend For Decarbonisation By 2050: Report

India's yearly capital spending on the change would be around 11 per cent of GDP in the Net Zero 2050 situation, contrasted with the global average of around 7.5 per cent of GDP.

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“Energy Sector And Innovation: In Collaboration With Schneider Electric And Plaksha”

“Focus should be very much on how digital can help to save energy, along with decreasing emissions.”

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Energy Transitions Commission: Global energy, industry and financial leaders outline next decade priorities for a net-zero-carbon economy

Energy Transitions Commission: Global energy, industry and financial leaders outline next decade priorities for a net-zero-carbon economy

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Decarbonisation Is Required For Sustainability, Security: NEP

The report states that “while a cumulative capacity target of 175 GW has been declared for the year 2022, by 2040 a likely capacity of 597-710 GW is expected to be achieved".

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