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94% Of India’s Planned Coal Capacity Will Be Lying Idle

Despite having just ratified the Paris climate agreement, India is nevertheless pushing on with plans to build over 300 GW of new coal capacity by 2030 in a misguided attempt to meet the electricity needs of approximately 300 million people currently with no access to electricity in the country. To be clear, the “misguided attempt” [&hellip 94% Of India’s Planned Coal Capacity Will Be Lying Idle was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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