Video: India’s Leadership in Energy Transition:
India’s mission to ensure sustainable energy for its 1.3 billion citizens, its drive to enhance energy security, and its commitment to energy equity and justice, is integral to its effort of becoming Aatmanirbhar Bharat, a self-reliant India.
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Bringing more women to the forefront in the renewable energy sector
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The High-Level Dialogue on Energy 2021: A Year of Energy Action, launched 10 March 2021, is the first global meeting on energy under the auspices of the UN General Assembly since 1981. The UN-HLDE aims to promote the implementation of the energy-related goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
The HLDE2021 is structured around five themes. The Energy Transition theme is focused on energy sector decarbonisation strategies to increase the application of renewable energy and energy efficiency while ensuring a just transition.
The Global Theme Champions for Energy Transition are Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Germany, India, Nigeria, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom | Video
India’s Energy Compacts:Leading the Global Energy Transition
16 Feb 2022
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24 Sep 2021
MNRE-CEEW Webinar | A Multilateral Approach to Building a Global Hydrogen Economy
08 Sep 2021
INDIA'S ENERGY COMPACTS
Energy Compacts are voluntary commitments by the Member States, and non-state actors such as companies and NGOs, to support SDG7.
As a Global Theme Champion for Energy Transition, India is undertaking extensive stakeholder outreach to inform, engage and encourage them to deliver impact at scale.