Leveraging the U.S.-India Relationship to Finance the World’s Clean Energy Transition

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For most nations, there exists a significant chasm between their net zero targets and the climate financing necessary to reach their ambitious goals. For India, $10.1 trillion is required to achieve its 2070 net zero target, and though President Biden has promised to push Congress to double climate finance to developing countries by 2024, these promises still fall significantly short of what is necessary. This session will explore how India and the U.S. can leverage their bilateral partnership to reform multilateral development banks, collaborate to increase the attractiveness of investments, and take other steps to finance a secure energy transition for India and other developing nations.

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