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    Need To Develop Alternative Fuels To Overcome Power Shortage: Gadkari

    June 16, 2022 - BW Online Bureau


      To overcome power shortage, it is essential to develop alternative fuels and eccentric one-sided approaches to these issues are not beneficial for the country, said Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, on Thursday, while inaugurating ‘Industrial Decarbonisation Summit 2022’ (IDS-2022)- Road Map for Carbon Neutrality by 2070'.

      In the coming days, we have to strengthen our economy and at the same time save the environment, said Gadkari.

      He said our priority is green hydrogen, by using biotechnology we can increase the productivity of biomass and by using Biomass we can make Bio-ethanol, Bio-LNG and Bio-CNG.

      While emphasising maintaining equilibrium between ecology, environment and development, Gadkari said pollution will decrease with the usage of methanol and ethanol.

      The minister added that a focused road map should be created and adequate research must be done so that we reduce our imports and increase exports.


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