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Our aim is to generate 175 GW of renewable energy by 2022, of which 100 GW will be from solar power: PM Modi
PM Modi calls for harnessing solar energy, points towards developing latest technology and innovation in the domain
PM Modi lays out ten action points to promote solar power
PM Modi calls for developing low cost solar energy and increasing scope of solar in energy mix
PM Modi lays stress on promoting solar energy based innovations


PM Narendra Modi, French President Emmanuel Macron and other distinguished world leaders today jointly inaugurated the Founding Conference of International Solar Alliance in New Delhi.

At the event, PM Narendra Modi highlighted India’s target to achieve 175 GW of renewable energy, out of which 100 GW would be solar energy. He noted that 20 GW of solar energy had already been achieved.

PM Modi said that it was essential to harness solar energy. In this context, he pointed towards developing latest technology, reducing solar tariffs, ensuring proper storage technology, mass manufacturing and innovation in the domain.

The PM laid out about ten action points including developing low cost solar energy, increasing scope of solar in energy mix, promoting solar energy based innovations and concessional financing for solar projects.

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Our priority is to build convenient, comfortable and affordable urban transport systems in the cities: PM
June 24, 2018
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 Inaugurating the Mundka-Bahadurgarh corridor of Delhi Metro via video conference, PM Modi said that the service will add greater convenience for people in the region. He said that the Government’s priority was to build convenient, comfortable and affordable urban transport systems in the cities.

“New India requires new and smart infrastructure. We have worked on roads, railways, highways, airways, waterways and i-ways. There is unparalleled focus on connectivity and ensuring development projects are completed on time”, he added further.