Non-fossil fuel to become majority of India's source of energy capacity by 2027
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    Non-fossil fuel to become majority of India’s source of energy capacity by 2027

    A draft of the third National Electricity Plan noted that by 2027, India’s power capacity source will be 56.5% non-fossil fuel if the country reaches its goal of installing 175 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022. Installing more coal-powered capacity won’t be needed as well until 2027 if the country meets said target. At the time of the draft’s release, renewable power capacity amounting to over 50 GW was installed, per The Economic Times.

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