Italy on Wednesday joined International Solar Alliance (ISA) upgrading its partnership with India in a 12 months that coincided with G-20 Presidency and co-presidency of COP26 beneath Italy.
“The framework agreement was signed by the Ambassador of the Italian Republic, Vincenzo De Luca. The signed copies of the agreement were received by Additional Secretary, as the representative of Ministry of External Affairs MEA) which is the depositary of ISA framework agreement,” tweeted Anurag Srivastava, MEA spokesperson.
The International Solar Alliance is a treaty-based intergovernmental organisation launch by Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India and Former President François Hollande of France. … Seventy-three countries have signed and 50 countries have signed and ratified the ISA Framework Agreement.
The International Solar Alliance (ISA) is a treaty-based intergovernmental organisation launch by Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India and Former President François Hollande of France. ISA’s mission is to provide a dedicated platform for cooperation among solar resource rich countries and the wider global community – including bilateral and multilateral organisations, industry and other stakeholders – to support the increasing use of solar energy. Seventy-three countries have signed and 50 countries have signed and ratified the ISA Framework Agreement.
On the occation Vincenzo de Luca commented, “The energy transition towards clean sources and low-emission energy systems is a priority on which we record fundamental convergences with our partners also in the main multilateral fora such as the G20, the IEA and the Irena. We hope that ISA will be able to maximize synergies with the main international energy organizations”.
Italy is presently the sixth nation on the earth for put in photo voltaic capability and second within the European Union. Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla met the Italian Ambassador Vincenzo De Luca and welcomed the Country’s accession to the International Solar Alliance.