Singh further added that India will shift to 'green ammonia' from imported ammonia, as well as add volumes in the usage of hydrogen.
Meanwhile, Dharmendra Pradhan, the Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas and Steel, highlighted the country's focus on developing a fast and integrated renewable energy policy (REP).
"Apart from 450 GW RE capacity, we will also focus on building an integrated clean gas-based economy. Driving the use of biofuels and emerging hydrogen and providing digital innovations in the RE space," he said.
"Biofuel is not just a science, it is a mantra," said the Minister as he elucidated how the formulation of a National Biofuels Policy has laid the path for blending fuels, 'One Nation, One Gas Grid' for city gas distribution, using LPG as a social change, and using biofuels in the aviation sector.
The 3rd Global RE-INVEST was inaugurated on November 26 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and joined by various dignitaries from India and across the world including the Prime Minister of Israel, Energy Minister from the UK. More than 41 sessions were organised during the event leading to deliberations on various aspects of RE.
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