(MENAFN) Solar energy is having a vital part not only in the developing world to challenge energy access and energy security, but in developed nations as well to ease a transition to green energy, the chief of India’s flagship worldwide organization of solar alliance stated.
Ajay Mathur, head general of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) – a global association with 110 associate and signatory nations – informed Anadolu Agency that surged collaboration between nations are going to be the backbone of the “energy transition, propelling investment and creating millions of new green jobs.”
Mathur stated that worldwide Solar Alliance member nations are triggering an alteration by enacting policies and regulations, sharing best practices, accepting common standards, as well as mobilizing investments.
“ISA is partnering with multilateral development banks, development financial institutions, private and public sector organizations, civil society, and other international institutions to deploy cost-effective and transformational solutions through solar energy, especially in the least developed countries and the small Island developing states,” he stated.
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