Nearly three-quarters of new power capacity in India came from renewables | The Optimist Daily
Today’s Solutions: June 21, 2024

Of all the power generation capacity that India added to its grid in 2018, 74 percent of that capacity was based on renewable energies. Not that this is a new record for India in terms of new capacity addition, but it also shows just how committed the country is towards transitioning to 100 percent clean energy.

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