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Antigua and Barbuda become the 102nd nation to join the International Solar Alliance (ISA) by signing the International Solar Alliance Framework Agreement in the presence of Indian High Commissioner Dr K. J. Srinivasa.
‘@antiguagov@AntiguaOpm In the presence of HC @drkjsrini, HE@gastonbrownes signs the framework agreement of the @isolaralliance ISA, making Antigua and Barbuda the 102nd country to join ISA-to accelerate global energy transformation through a solar-led strategy’ The Indian High Commission in Guyana tweeted about it.
ISA was founded in 2015 by India and France as a coalition of solar resource-rich nations to meet their specific energy demands and to create a forum for collaboration to tackle the existing gap through a shared and agreed-upon methodology.
The International Solar Alliance is an action-oriented, collaborative and member-driven platform promoting the enhanced deployment of solar energy technology in member nations as a method of increasing energy access, guaranteeing energy security, and accelerating the energy transition.
It is a global collective of 102 sovereign nations working together to elevate the common and shared goal of meeting the energy demands of a secure and sustainable world. By supporting clean energy uses, the ISA is developing a worldwide market system to capitalize on the benefits of solar electricity.