India, UK Launch First Transnational Solar Green Grid Plan At COP26

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  • Published On: November 03, 2021
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The project, titled Green Grids Initiative-One Sun One World One Grid, aims to harness solar energy wherever the sun is shining as the earth completes its 24-hour rotation around its axis, and transporting the electricity generated to areas that need it. The grid is to be developed in 3 phases. With India facing an energy crisis due to a coal shortage and the focus returning to the increased need for renewable energy resources; but does this new plan underscore how renewable energy sources need more transmission lines? NDTV's Parmeshwar Bawa reports.

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