India plans to reach 50% non-fossil installed capacity by 2030

India aims to achieve 50% non-fossil fuel installed capacity by 2030, PM Modi announced at the G20 energy ministers meeting.

He said India has exceeded its non-fossil installed electric capacity goal nine years early and leads globally in solar and wind power.

Notable achievements include providing electricity to every village and launching the largest LED distribution program globally, saving over 45 billion units of energy per year.

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PM Modi proposed exporting green hydrogen, supported transnational grid interconnections, and unveiled 'Mission LiFE - Lifestyle for Environment' to create climate champions.