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India's watts-per-capita renewable energy capacity up 45% since 2015, but still a fraction of total energy supply

India's energy supply is still heavily reliant on polluting fuels like coal, oil, biogas and waste that add to the carbon footprint of the country

Ruchika Shah
Published: Jun 5, 2021 10:03:53 AM IST
Updated: Jun 5, 2021 11:21:16 AM IST

India's watts-per-capita renewable energy capacity up 45% since 2015, but still a fraction of total energy supply
India's watts-per-capita renewable energy capacity up 45% since 2015, but still a fraction of total energy supply
India's watts-per-capita renewable energy capacity up 45% since 2015, but still a fraction of total energy supply

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