Kedar Kulkarni
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Number Theory: Four charts which explain India’s Net Zero Emission challenge

India made a five-point commitment in its pursuit of achieving net-zero emissions. By 2030, it aims to increase the non-fossil energy capacity by 500 GW, fulfil 50% of its energy demand with renewable energy, reduce 1 billion tonnes of CO2 and decrease carbon intensity to less than 45%.

One of the main drivers for historical emissions in India, and globally, has been the use of carbon intensive sources for energy production.(AP file photo. Representative image)
One of the main drivers for historical emissions in India, and globally, has been the use of carbon intensive sources for energy production.(AP file photo. Representative image)
Updated on Sep 26, 2022 12:04 PM IST
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