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'Sunny Makes Money': India installs a record volume of solar power in 2022
by Lauren Frayer
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23 November 2022
On 23 November 2022 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
Twinkling signs of hope popping up on rooftops across India's sprawling megacities: solar panels. Despite having lots of tropical sunshine, India gets about 70% of its electricity from burning coal -- which exacerbates air pollution that's already some of the worst in the world. But this year, the country has also installed a record volume of solar energy.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
... As India develops, and its 1.4 billion people get richer, its energy needs are expanding. Unlike many Western countries, which have pledged to cap overall emissions, India measures its emissions in proportion to its gross domestic product. This year, the government pledged to reduce by 45 percent the so-called 'emissions intensity of its GDP' by 2030.
And at the U.N.'s recently-concluded COP27 climate talks, India repeated a pledge to get half of its energy needs from non-fossil fuels by that same year.
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