Power Generation - Realities & Trends from Renewables to Hydropower to Nuclear to Hydrogen and Beyond.
- Mar 16, 2021 9:37 pm GMT
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Energy has been considered backbone of sound economic development of any country for many reasons known to everyone. Every country passes through different phases of development and even today, no country can match the other as the preferences and options have been different for different countries, depending upon the resources. Developed countries seem to have an edge in this regard due to their affordability to latest technologies compared to developing and underdeveloped nations. However, climate change which is not specific to any country has brought them together in sharing and shouldering responsibilities to fight impact together. The annual global meet on climate change sets the trend for future and responsibility to each of the countries party to the negotiations. Unfortunately, pandemic of 2019 seems to have shaken every country and the agenda on climate change understandably needs re-consideration of the decisions made during the Paris meet.
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