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The International Solar Alliance (ISA), launched in 2015 at COP21 by India and France, aims to promote solar energy adoption globally. It focuses on solar-rich countries between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. Technically, ISA facilitates financing, solar technology deployment, and policy development to scale solar infrastructure. It operates through a framework agreement and member collaborations. ISA's relevance is significant in the transition to renewable energy, reducing carbon emissions, and providing sustainable energy access, especially in developing nations. It supports global climate goals and energy security, contributing to environmental sustainability and economic development.


Agenda: Strengthening Global Cooperation in Solar Energy and Power Grids with a Focus on Technological Innovation.


The agenda focuses on strengthening global cooperation in solar energy and power grids for advancing sustainable development and combating climate change. Solar energy enhances energy security and limits global warming. It diversifies the energy mix and reduces dependence on imported fossil fuels, enhancing energy security for countries. Only via investing in research and development, the international community can accelerate the transition to a low-carbon future powered by clean and renewable solar energy.

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