United Nations Grants Observer Status to ISA
In a historic decision, the United Nations has granted ‘Observer’ status to the Gurugram-headquartered International Solar Alliance (ISA).
December 13, 2021. By Manu Tayal
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) said that this is going to give impetus to the “One Sun One World One Grid” initiative.
Also, this would help in bringing equitable energy solutions to the world.
In a congratulatory tweet Union Minister for Power and MNRE, RK Singh said that “the historic decision of granting Observer Status to International Solar Alliance by United Nations is going to be a stepping stone in furtherance of Prime Minister’s vision of One Sun One World One Grid.”
The Minister tweeted on the occasion and said that this will provide a big boost to the initiative to bring about just and equitable energy solutions through the deployment of solar energy.
He also marked that this would immensely help towards achieving the goal of net-zero carbon emissions through global co-operations.
Singh reaffirmed that India is progressively contributing to this mission by having a significant share of renewable energy (RE) in the power mix.
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