June 20, 2021
Technology

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While India has historically embraced coal power, its recent moves to invest more heavily in hydrogen have created some optimism that the world’s fastest-growing economy will come to rely on more renewable power in the future. However, this push has been met with fierce opposition, from environmental groups pointing to the significant damage caused by such dams in the Himalayas, and dismay from Pakistan that India is looking to exploit waterways that run between the countries in order to exert control over its neighbour.

Also, research led by the Vienna University of Economics and Business suggests that carbon pricing schemes are more effective than renewable subsidies, with regards to encouraging power investment while curbing carbon emissions. Indeed, the price of carbon has reached an all-time high in Europe, so there…

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