India’s energy policy during the еnergy transition
India is the world’s third economy both in terms of its size and energy use. It would seem that a bustling developing country would have little interest in the issues surrounding energy transition. But that is not the case. India, in any event, intends to act carefully and in a balanced manner. Its main aim is to provide energy resources for a quickly developing economy by expanding the use of alternative energy sources – nuclear, solar and wind. This is how India views energy transition.

Read the full article in the magazine “Energy Policy” https://energypolicy.ru/a-mastepanov-a-sumin-energeticheskaya/energetika/2020/16/10/

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