NewEnergyNews: New Energy To Bring 330,000 Jobs To India Through 2022

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    Friday, November 24, 2017

    New Energy To Bring 330,000 Jobs To India Through 2022

    Renewable energy sector may generate over 330,000 jobs in five years: report The report stressed that India’s clean energy initiatives can help address poverty in rural areas by providing steady incomes, skill-building opportunities to unskilled and semi-skilled worker

    Mayank Aggarwal, 24 November 2017 (LiveMint)

    “India’s renewable energy sector is expected to generate more than 330,000 new jobs over the next five years (2017-2022)…[Growth of New Energy is also expected to] improve energy security, enhance energy access and help mitigate climate change...The [just-released Can renewable energy jobs help reduce poverty in India? from the World Resources Institute] stressed that India’s clean energy initiatives can also help address poverty in rural communities by providing steady incomes, healthcare benefits and skill-building opportunities to unskilled and semi-skilled workers…It emphasized that these opportunities can support India’s rural poor by offering an alternative to subsistence farming…[India’s government has targeted] 175 gigawatt (GW) of renewable power by 2022 of which 100GW will be from solar power and 60GW from wind power…The report stated that [unskilled, semi-skilled, and female] workers in rural areas face entry barriers to clean energy employment and training programmes have failed to address such issues…[It] recommended that private sector leaders should build [labor force capacity] to ensure sustainability of renewable energy projects and give rural communities a sense of ownership in off-grid projects…” click here for more

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