The United States’ energy efficiency (EE) is losing to India’s energy efficiency in the Clean Revolution world wide race, and India is most likely to grow at a more expodential and quickening pace than all other countries, as reported by the International Non Governmental Organization (NGO), The Climate Group (TCG).
India has been prioritizing and focusing on low carbon development, there fore building an increasingly more certain, improved and more successful future for its population of over One billion citizens.
The growth of India’s share of the $2.2 trillion marketplace for service and goods characterized as “Low Carbon” by 2020 is estimated to be as high as $135 billion, which will build over 10.5 million green jobs.
India has grown in wind energy production to now rank fifth in the world.
This goes hand in hand with India’s brave policies of low carbon which increase India’s energy efficiency and energy independence.
India’s non-public investment into clean energy is estimated to be 735% in the next decade, which equates to three times that of US or China, creating India as the world wide hub for clean technologies.