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.

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Is nuclear power clean energy?

Research conducted over the past 25 years at Sussex University in Britain shows that the use of nuclear power, considered “clean energy”, does not lead to as significant a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions as do renewable energy sources.

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Bio-LNG goes out to sea

The Finnish gas supplier Gasum, the ESL shipping line and the Swedish steelmaker SSAB have launched an experiment using liquefied biogas as fuel powering ships, SSAB said.

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