India, France to partner in International Solar Alliance

According to the recent report, on March 11, 2018; Indian Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi and the French President, Emmanuel Macron will launch the much-hyped and very optimistic International Solar Alliance (ISA).

Nearly two years ago, the idea of this alliance was envisaged alongside the Paris Agreement and now ISA is all set to deploy a massive 1,000 gigawatt (GW) of solar installation, throughout the world, by 203o, with an expected investment of US $ 1 trillion.

It can be noted that besides the large-scale deployment of solar installations, the international collaboration ISA is also looking forward to providing best possible support and open access in the solar energy segments, such as; research, best practices, technology and standards.

There are 121 member countries in ISA, which are from the region between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Tropic of Cancer and are having their own characteristics in terms of regulatory framework, access rates and economic development.

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