The distribution and integration of renewable energy sources can have a significant impact on post-pandemic recovery for developing nations. In India, energy inequality has deprived livelihoods from millions of people creating massive income gaps between the rural and the urban populations.
The renewable energy sector has the potential to serve off-grid consumers at an affordable and cost-effective price. Lack of awareness and access to finance in the community has stagnated the growth of this sector, halting opportunities for employment and income. Investments in renewable energy can help bridge this gap, generating income opportunities and enabling a sustainable and resilient recovery. Read the full article by Vivek Adhia, ISC’s Country Director in India, to know more.
January, 25, 2021