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According to Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways, Sarbananda Sonwal, government has aimed to increase India’s share of renewable energy to 60% in Major ports through solar and wind power.
India will implement energy efficiency requirements of International Maritime Organization (IMO), for ships and carbon intensity requirements across all of its coastal or international vessels in order to help IMO in achieving greenhouse gas reduction targets. India is currently supplying shore power to vessels with power demand of less than 150 kW.
Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) of India under the Paris Agreement for 2021-2030 comprises of “cutting the emissions intensity of its gross domestic product by 33%-35% by 2030”. NDC seeks to achieve 40% of cumulative power installed capacity from non-fossil fuel-based energy resources by 2030 by transferring technology and low-cost international finance.
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