This talk will explore why gas, coal, and nuclear will remain the principle fuels used by India’s electricity sector.
India needs about a million megawatts of new generation capacity to bring its per-capita electricity consumption up to the global average of about 3,100 kilowatt-hours every year.
This talk will explore how US shale gas production has lowered India’s price for imported LNG; why gas, coal, and nuclear will remain the principle fuels used by India’s electricity sector; and how American climate activists prevented the financing of coal-fired power plants in Asia.
Robert Bryce is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute.
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