Schneider Electric and Automation Today launched its sustainability engagement initiative in India, Green Yodha to encourage and support businesses, industries and individuals to come together and take concrete climate action. This urgent call to action intends to back the increased commitment of Indian government made at COP26.
India has a robust industrial infrastructure with a huge energy requirement. According to IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report, the country is the fourth-largest emitter of greenhouse gases and is still largely dependent on coal and oil. During COP26 Prime Minister of India, Mr. Modi announced that India will reduce projected carbon emissions by 1 billion tonnes (Gt) between 2021 and 2030. With these developments, Schneider Electric urges energy intensive sectors – cement, iron and steel, commercial & industrial buildings, non-metallic minerals and chemical to join forces to achieve the common goal.
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