Kedar Nath Sharma is a journalist. After completing his education from Allahabad and Lucknow universities he joined The Times of India (ToI) in Lucknow in 1964. He served ToI as a reporter at Lucknow, Delhi and Ahmedabad for fourteen years before moving on to the Middle East as a senior journalist at the Gulf Times, a daily newspaper published from Doha (Qatar). After a sixteen-year stint with the Gulf Times as a senior reporter, news editor and business editor, he moved on to Reuters as a journalist based in Doha (Qatar), covering mainly energy and political affairs. In 2003 he returned home, from where he continued to contribute to the London-based Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) on Qatar affairs. He also wrote for Financial Times Energy, Business Middle East and Oxford Analytica.
The book is a rich compendium of information supplemented with historical and factual data about the status of fossil fuels in India and efforts to develop the country’s vast domestic potentials of renewable energy for a sustainable future. India’s strategy unveiled at COP 26 in Glasgow, to install non-fossil fuel electricity of 500 GW capacity by 2030, and to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2070 is a focused target set by the Central Electricity Authority (CEA), which lends authority to the topic.
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