In his keynote address at the annual South Asian Women’s Energy Leadership Summit, he commented, which was initiated in 2019 in collaboration with the United States International Development Agency (USAID) by the US India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF).
Special U.S. presidential climatic envoy John Kerry said Tuesday that “broad investment in new clean-energy capacity is set to surpass $10 trillion in mid-six times the amount invested in dirtiest choices,” claiming India is “a hot red investment potential” because of efforts made to increase renewables’ share in the energy panel.
Kerry made the remark in his keynote address at the annual South Asia Women in energy leadership summit , a 2019 platform launched in collaboration with the United States International Development Agency by the American India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF) (USAID).
Fronting the US Chair Joe Biden Climate Leaders’ Summit scheduled for 22-23 April, former US Secretary of State Kerry tours Abu Dhabi, New Delhi and Dhakas from 1-9 April for climate consultation.
“I want India to flourish, produce and deploy clean technology and play a key role in world clean supplies,” said Kerry. Kerry. Kerry met with the Environment, Forestry and Climate Change Minister of the Union, Mr Prakash Javadekar earlier in the day.
From April 22-23 former US Secretary of State Kerry will tour Abu Dhabi, New Delhi and Dhakas for climate consultation in the front of US President Joe Biden Climate Leaders’ Summit scheduled for April 1-9, 2008.
“I want India to flourish, manufacture, use and play a major role in clean supplies worldwide,” he says. Mr. Prakash Javadekar met the Union Minister for Environment, Forests and Climate Change earlier this day.