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UN General Ban Ki Moon Aims to Provide Universal Energy Access to All by 2030

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on January 12, 2015 at 5:44 PM
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 UN General Ban Ki Moon Aims to Provide Universal Energy Access to All by 2030

On the occasion of inauguration of the 10 megawatt canal top solar power plant in Vadodara, the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said, "He aims to provide universal energy access to all seven billion people in the world by 2030."

Ban said, "I am very happy and encouraged that India is now taking the lead in sustainable energy for world initiative. The proposed sustainable development goals are intended to be transformational and that they cover many areas, including ending poverty and hunger; ensuring access to healthcare, education and energy; promoting economic growth and decent work; and building resilient infrastructure."

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