India Hosts 1st Energy Transitions Working Group Meeting During G20 Presidency, Focuses on Clean Energy Transition
The 1st Energy Transitions Working Group (ETWG) Meeting in its presidency is organized to be held from 5th February to 7th February 2023.
February 03, 2023. By News Bureau
India’s G20 Presidency will partake, collaborate and based on the acumen and trusteeship amongst the member nations create a sustainable future altogether.
India is inviting more than 150 delegates and representatives from 19 countries also including European Union and 9 guest countries.
NTPC is recognized as India’s largest integrated power utility, on behalf of the Ministry of Power, the Government of India will be organizing a seminar featuring International Seminar on Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage (CCUS) from 5th February to 7th February 2023 at Taj Westend, Bengaluru.
This event will be the center of attention for industrialists, policymakers, scientists, experts, and academicians, knowledge partners of many countries.
R K Singh, Union Minister of Power, New and Renewable Energy communicated about the G20 members consist of 85% of the global GDP and 75% exceed of the worldwide trade and business and proportionately around two-thirds of the world population.
The factors essential for the Energy Transitions Working Group (ETWG) such as:
(a) Energy Transition through recognizing the Technology Gaps
(b) Low-Price Funding for Energy Transition
(c) Energy Efficiency, Industrial Low Carbon Transitions and Responsible Consumption
(d) Fuels for Future (3F)
(e) Universal Access to Clean Energy and Inclusive Energy Transition Pathways.
The seminar will highlight and accentuates the significance of CCUS for attaining 'clean energy transition' and then proceeding towards the goal of 'Net Zero'.
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