India invites bid for One Sun One World One Grid to take on China’s Belt and Road Initiative4 min read . Updated: 28 May 2020, 08:53 AM IST
- The global grid plan may also leverage the International Solar Alliance co-founded by India that has 67 countries as members. It has become India’s calling card on climate change and is increasingly being viewed as a foreign policy tool
NEW DELHI : India has moved ahead with threading-the-needle for an ambitious global electricity grid, with the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government on Tuesday calling for bids to roll-out the “One Sun One World One Grid" (OSOWOG) plan.
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