World Bank will aid International Solar Alliance to mobilize $1 trillion

14/07/2016 10:47 Renewable

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The World Bank has inked a deal with a group of 121 countries managed by India to collaborate on raising solar energy consumption across the world.

They intend to mobilize $1 trillion (£0.75tn) in investments by 2030. The International Solar Alliance (ISA) was instituted at the COP21 conference in Paris in December last year after which the groundwork stone for the headquarters in Delhi was placed in February this year. The accord establishes the World Bank as a financial associate for the ISA and sees the institution as employing its global development network, knowledge and funding capacity to encourage solar energy use.

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how geothermal could help eastern EU countries ditch fossil fuels

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Daily (23.02.2021): Oil prices settled at their highest levels since January 2020 amid a gradual recovery of U.S. crude output after winter storms

23/02/2021 09:51:00

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