India aims to produce around 450 gigawatts of renewable energy by the year 2030. A top Biden administration official said on Friday that the US will now help India achieve this goal.
For this, the US has formed an alliance of many countries. It is being told that it will cost about $ 600 billion to achieve this ambitious target.
US President Joe Biden’s Special Envoy for Climate Issues John Kerry said during IHS CERA Week, the world’s top energy conference, that the US formed a group of countries willing to help India with funds to achieve this ambitious goal. is.
He said that accomplishing this goal is perhaps one of the biggest challenges for India, but he is determined to lead and become an important player here. He further said, ‘I have put together a small association of many countries which are ready to help India financially.’
Kerry said, ‘We are working with leading investment houses and asset managers in our country to try to determine how private sector capital can be directed to the right place so that we can achieve this goal To work faster.