India will lead the ISA by setting an example: Power Minister

The minister believed that India's experience in overcoming challenges would be very useful to the other member nations. India's effective bids in commissioning round-the-clock (RTC) projects along with hybrid projects that will supply energy during peak hours, that is after sunset, would be of great help, he further

August 18, 2020. By News Bureau

India will lead the International Solar Alliance (ISA) by example in providing access to electricity for all on the back of its own know-how in providing 100 percent electrification across the country, union power and renewable energy minister RK Singh believed.

Speaking at the curtain-raiser of the forthcoming World Solar Technological Summit held by India as part of the ISA on a virtual platform, Singh said the event will help overcome challenges in renewable energy production, thus driving down costs further and benefitting all the partakers.

"One of the key objectives at ISA is equity of electricity. It will develop equity, improving access to energy globally," said Singh.

The minister believed that India's experience in overcoming challenges would be very useful to the other member nations. India's effective bids in commissioning round-the-clock (RTC) projects along with hybrid projects that will supply energy during peak hours, that is after sunset, would be of great help, he further

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who in 2018 said that every single Indian was connected to the grid, will convey the opening address at the summit.

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