.@FT: Investors look to #India as next #solar power http://ow.ly/WSC1C
May 2015: India-China talks on Climate Change
Analysis by New Climate Economy
"India: Pathways to Sustaining Rapid Development in a New Climate Economy".
"In 2014 Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi’s government was elected with a strong mandate to jumpstart rapid development that is both inclusive and sustainable.
Financial inclusion of the poor has significantly increased, with over 100 million new bank accounts opened in just a few months under the Jan Dhan Yojana initiative.
India experienced the most sustained period of rapid growth in its economic history during the 2000s – an average of close to 9% a year between 2003/04 and 2010/11 – even taking into account a
brief but sharp slowdown in 2008/09, during the global economic crisis.
Some 49% of households in India rely on firewood for cooking, especially in rural areas."
January 2015: US-India negotiations on a five-year MOU on Energy Security, Clean Energy and Climate Change
Comments from the Press on April 2015 on India Climate Action
Tweets on India Climate Action
India’s #solar and #wind capacity
has skyrocketed in the past few years buff.ly/1DeKl74 #nceindia pic.twitter.com/uwkNZH5lsn
Madhya Pradesh, India is about to be home to the cheapest #solar power in the world buff.ly/1P3T6RY
Indian Railways Opts For Solar Energy Powered Coaches: ow.ly/PWHrQ via @BreakingEnergy #india #renewables pic.twitter.com/sUYwGOwDNJ
Sunny outlook for India's energy future #NEO2015 via @solar_chase bloom.bg/1Gvtjfv pic.twitter.com/32ZDAGaf7C