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India, UK To Launch Solar Green Grids Initiative At Cop26 – Cop26 Climate Summit

World Desk, Amar Ujala, Glasgow

Published by: Mukesh Kumar Jha
Updated Sun, 31 Oct 2021 04:53 PM IST

Summary

Both the countries will launch a new Green Grid Initiative, through which different parts of the world will be connected. The new global green grid initiative … One Sun One World One Grid will be under the International Solar Alliance. Its purpose is to connect all the grids running on solar energy in the world together.

Narendra Modi, Boris Johnson
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India and Britain will launch a joint initiative at the United Nations Climate Summit (COP26) to be held in Glasgow. Both the countries will launch a new Green Grid Initiative, through which different parts of the world will be connected. The new global green grid initiative … One Sun One World One Grid will be under the International Solar Alliance. Its purpose is to connect all the grids running on solar energy in the world together. This will be a very ambitious plan. In fact, both countries are preparing to take forward their International Solar Alliance (ISA) partnership.

Bilateral relations between the two countries will be strengthened with the new Green Grid initiative to be launched at COP26 on Tuesday. The Green Grid Initiative is to be launched by the Prime Ministers of both the countries at the COP26 conference. It aims to help develop a more interconnected grid, which enables the Sun to be a safe and reliable source of energy for all. These efforts will encourage green investment and create green jobs.

India’s stand at the COP-26 conference will also be to outline the country’s ambitious ‘Nationally Determined Contribution’ (NDC) targets for the post-2020 period under the Paris Agreement. The joint initiative of India and UK has been named as New Green Grid Initiative. It is called ‘One Sun One World One Grid’.

Britain’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) said of the joint project: “The initiative will bring together an international coalition of national governments, financial organizations and power system operators.” This will accelerate the creation of new infrastructure to enhance the generation of safe, reliable and affordable electricity. These include modern, flexible grids, charging points and power interconnectors.

Indeed, the two countries are working not only bilaterally, but also to support other countries that are adapting and mitigating climate change through the International Solar Alliance launched by India and the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure. are working. At the same time, in this matter, the Ministry of External Affairs said that the COP26 conference will give the Prime Minister an opportunity to meet all stakeholders including leaders of partner countries, innovators and inter-governmental organizations and also to explore possibilities to accelerate our clean growth further.

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India and Britain will launch a joint initiative at the United Nations Climate Summit (COP26) to be held in Glasgow. Both the countries will launch a new Green Grid Initiative, through which different parts of the world will be connected. The new global green grid initiative … One Sun One World One Grid will be under the International Solar Alliance. Its purpose is to connect all the grids running on solar energy in the world together. This will be a very ambitious plan. In fact, both countries are preparing to take forward their International Solar Alliance (ISA) partnership.

Bilateral relations between the two countries will be strengthened with the new Green Grid initiative to be launched at COP26 on Tuesday. The Green Grid Initiative is to be launched by the Prime Ministers of both the countries at the COP26 conference. It aims to help develop a more interconnected grid, which enables the Sun to be a safe and reliable source of energy for all. These efforts will encourage green investment and create green jobs.

India’s stand at the COP-26 conference will also be to outline the country’s ambitious ‘Nationally Determined Contribution’ (NDC) targets for the post-2020 period under the Paris Agreement. The joint initiative of India and UK has been named as New Green Grid Initiative. It is called ‘One Sun One World One Grid’.

Britain’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) said of the joint project: “The initiative will bring together an international coalition of national governments, financial organizations and power system operators.” This will accelerate the creation of new infrastructure to enhance the generation of safe, reliable and affordable electricity. These include modern, flexible grids, charging points and power interconnectors.

Indeed, the two countries are working not only bilaterally, but also to support other countries that are adapting and mitigating climate change through the International Solar Alliance launched by India and the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure. are working. At the same time, in this matter, the Ministry of External Affairs said that the COP26 conference will give the Prime Minister an opportunity to meet all stakeholders including leaders of partner countries, innovators and inter-governmental organizations and also to explore possibilities to accelerate our clean growth further.

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