UK-India Announces Global Power Grid Connection Plan COP26

The UK and India announced a plan to improve connectivity between global transmission networks at the 26th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26) the “Green Grid Initiative”. The aim is to promote the transition to environmentally friendly energy. According to a statement from the British government, it has the support of more than 80 countries.

Once the grid is connected, it will be possible to send electricity from areas with excess renewable energy to areas with shortages. For example, it will be possible to transmit electricity from a country that can generate solar power during the day to a country after sunset.

The plan could serve as a model for how rich countries can help poor countries to reach their goal of combating global warming, which limits the temperature rise from before the Industrial Revolution to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

“Cross-border interconnected power grids are an important solution for the world to move to a clean and environmentally friendly future,” India’s Prime Minister Modi said in a statement.

The plan is said to form the basis of the “Breakthrough Agenda” plan, which aims to deploy environmentally friendly technologies to more than 70% of the world economy.

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