Odisha legislators stand together for renewables

Bhubaneswar: Rising demand for energy is a noted problem in the Indian state of Odisha, home to 43.7 million people. Yet, despite the huge potential for renewables (particularly solar) to provide much-needed generation capacity, the state still lacks a specific solar power policy. However, the Climate Parliament group of legislators in the Odisha State Legislative Assembly have been pushing for a robust solar power policy, so that developers, investors, service providers and other organizations can understand the benefits, incentives and subsidies available from the Government. In that context, on the 21st June, a cross-party group of Climate Parliament MLAs drafted and submitted a signed le

Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Archive
Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square

Follow us:

  • Facebook Basic
  • Twitter Basic
  • LinkedIn Basic
  • Instagram

Climate Parliament Belgium is a registered non-profit ASBL

Climate Parliament UK is a registered charity                                                          Conditions of Use