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G20 Energy Transition Working Group Meeting At Gandhinagar From April 2 To April 4

| Updated: April 2, 2023 18:03

The 2nd Energy Transitions Working Group (ETWG) meeting under India’s G20 Presidency began on Sunday at Gandhinagar. The three-day meet concludes on April 4 and will deliberate on feedback from members on discussions held during the first ETWG. 

Around 100 delegates representing G20 member countries, special invitee countries and international organizations are participating in the event. The delegates are expected to engage in detailed deliberations on priority areas.

Minister of State for AYUSH and Women and Child Development, Dr Mahendrabhai Munjpara, delivered his special address during the inaugural session. In his address, Dr Munjpara stressed on the need to work together to accelerate the transition to clean energy and promoting sustainable growth.

The minister emphasized on research and development of new and innovative technology to promote an advanced clean energy and making it cost-effective and affordable. 

The Ministry of Mines is scheduled to hold a session on the issue of energy security and diversified supply chains. The study report, “Addressing vulnerability in the supply chain of critical minerals through International Collaboration” will also be released. 

In his address, the ETWG chair and secretary, Ministry of Power, Alok Kumar spoke about the need to address the threat of climate change. He informed about India’s draft framework for Indian Carbon Market the and Ministry of New and Renewable Energy’s 80 Giga Watt solar cell and module manufacturing capacities.

The 1st ETWG meeting was held in Bengaluru earlier this year in February where member countries supported the six priority areas identified under Indian Presidency. These areas include: energy transition through addressing technology gaps, low-cost financing for energy transition and energy security and diversified supply chains.

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