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World Economic Forum Released Global Energy Transition Index 2020

India has moved up two positions to rank 74th on a global 'Energy Transition Index' with improvements on all key parameters of economic growth, energy security and environmental sustainability, the World Economic Forum (WEF) said on 24th June, 2020. Releasing the annual rankings, the Geneva-based international organisation for public-private cooperation said COVID-19 will compromise the transition to clean energy without an urgent stakeholder action as unprecedented disruptions due to the pandemic threaten this transition.

In its report, the WEF said its study measuring readiness for clean energy transition in 115 economies showed that 94 have made progress since 2015, but environmental sustainability continues to lag.

Sweden has topped the Energy Transition Index (ETI) for the third consecutive year and is followed by Switzerland and Finland in the top three.

Surprisingly, France (ranked 8th) and the UK (7th) are the only G20 countries in the top ten.


World Economic Forum Released Global Energy Transition Index 2020

Sweden Ranked 1st In Global Energy Transition Index 2020

Switzerland Ranked 2nd In Global Energy Transition Index 2020

Finland Ranked 3rd In Global Energy Transition Index 2020

UK Ranked 7th In Global Energy Transition Index 2020

France Ranked 8th In Global Energy Transition Index 2020

India Ranks 74th On Global Energy Transition Index 2020

China Ranks 78th On Global Energy Transition Index 2020

Source & Courtesy: Economic Times

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