Global solar ties set to brighten with Emmanuel Macron push – Feedback

International Solar Alliance (ISA), jointly launched by India and France at the UN Climate Change Conference over two years ago, is set to turn to the sun to brighten its future with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron co-chairing its founding conference in the national capital on Sunday.

A brainchild of Modi, the India-based alliance — a coalition of 56 signatories to the ISA Framework Agreement — aims at accelerating deployment of solar energy by reducing costs and making adequate funding available for its rapid deployment in solar-rich member-nations. ISA is a tremendous initiative by India and France to accelerate the inevitable technology-driven renewable energy transformation of the world’s electricity markets, Tim Buckley, the Energy Finance Studies Director with the US-based Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, told IANS.

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