On the sidelines of the meet, Singh had bilateral meeting with ED, IEA, Fatih Birol and discussed cooperation between India and IEA.Jun 15, 2019, 08.22 PM ISTANISingh had a bilateral meeting with Hiroshige Seko, Minister of Economy, Trade & Industry, Japan and discussed various aspects of bilateral cooperation in Energy sector.NEW DELHI: India is moving towards achievement of our target to fulfill its commitment made in Paris agreement on climate change, said R K Singh, power and renewable energy minister on Saturday while making interventions at the G20 ministerial meeting on energy transitions and global environment for sustainable growth in Japan.
The country is implementing one of the largest renewable energy expansion and energy efficiency programmes, he said.
He expressed confidence that India will achieve 40% renewable source generation in energy mix by 2030.
India has become a net exporter of power in past 5 years. He also talked about India’s achievements in Transmission systems- One nation one Grid, Green Energy Corridors etc.
On the sidelines of the meet, Singh had bilateral meeting with ED, IEA, Fatih Birol and discussed cooperation between India and IEA.
He also had bilateral meeting with Therese Coffey, Parliamentary Under Secretary for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, UK and discussed the various areas of cooperation between the two countries related to Energy and environment.
Singh had a bilateral meeting with Hiroshige Seko, Minister of Economy, Trade & Industry, Japan and discussed various aspects of bilateral cooperation in Energy sector.
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