Last week, India and Denmark agreed to initiate joint research and development on ‘Green Fuels’
A statement from Science and Technology Ministry mentioned, the specific focus of the discussion, was green solutions of the future-strategy for investment in green research, technology, and innovation.
The progress of on-going projects being enforced in areas of; energy research; water; cyber-physical systems, bio resources & secondary agriculture was also reviewed. Further India and Denmark agreed to organize webinars for partnership development and emphasized promoting calls for proposals in green fuels, including green hydrogen.
Stressing on renewable energy will not only aid growth in a climate-constrained world but also improve livelihoods and generate economic activity and employment. This integrated perspective is necessary to address social and environmental problems together.
A global effort is needed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to keep the average temperature below 2°C.