Transitioning the energy sector to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the objectives of the Paris Agreement presents a complex and difficult task for policymakers.

RES4Africa Foundation, IRENA and the UN Economic Commission for Africa have developed a joint report analysing the job and socioeconomic impact of clean energy investments on the African continent.

The Ministry of Power notified green hydrogen policy, which will help in meeting the target of production of 5 million tonnes of Green hydrogen by 2030 and the related development of renewable energy capacity. Hydrogen and Ammonia are envisaged to be the future fuels to replace fossil fuels.

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) on February 15, 2022 has issued the Draft Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (Terms and Conditions for Renewable Energy Certificates for Renewable Energy Generation) Regulations, 2022. This shall come into force as stated in the official gazette.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of 'Article Published In The Magazine I.e Down To Earth Dated 13 January 2022 Under The Title Time's Running Out : Is India Ready To Handle 34600 Tonnes Of Solar Waste By 2030'.

The Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE) on Feb 14, 2022 has issued Framework for Promotion of Decentralised Renewable Energy (DRE) Livelihood applications. The following has been stated namely: The following steps support promotion of DRE livelihood applications namely: 1.

As India’s renewable energy sector growth continues to outpace all other global economies, as shown in a new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), the Budget announcement on issuing green bonds – which are among the most widely used instruments for funding green infrastructure – will massively support this

Filling the huge investment gap in the renewable energy sector to achieve the 500 gigawatt (GW) capacity target by 2030 will be a gargantuan task, according to the 21st report by the Standing Committee on Energy presented in Parliament on 3 February 2022.

The world has made the transition from one dominant form of energy to another several times. The replacement of fossil fuels with renewables marks the next historic shift. Yet, to ensure sustainability and global climate stability, this latest energy transformation needs to happen much faster.

This report aims to assist the South African government by identifying whether or not its energy fiscal policies are aligned with its stated objectives for the energy sector. Fiscal policies denote broad government spending, including subsidies, taxes, and grants.

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