U.S. approves the establishment of the International Photovoltaic Alliance

According to media reports, the United States has approved the establishment of the International Photovoltaic Alliance (ISA) agreement. India’s foreign ministry said the letter of acceptance was handed in by Patricia Lacina, Charge d’Affaires ad hoc at the U.S. Embassy in India.

Indian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted: “The United States has approved the agreement to establish the International Photovoltaic Alliance. Patricia Lacina, Chargé d’affaires ad hoc of the US Embassy in India, has handed in the instrument of acceptance.

The International Photovoltaic Alliance (ISA) was co-founded by India and France during the COP-21 (Paris Agreement) meeting to mobilize efforts to strengthen photovoltaic system development and provide solutions to combat climate change.

Including the United States, 107 countries around the world have signed the International Photovoltaic Alliance (ISA) framework agreement, of which 87 countries have ratified the agreement. It has recently started to be open to all member states of the United Nations to join the International Photovoltaic Alliance (ISA).

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About the International Photovoltaic Alliance (ISA)

The International Photovoltaic Alliance (ISA) is a collaborative platform whose members work to develop and install photovoltaic systems. It has been granted observer status by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

The alliance wants to promote access to energy, ensure energy security, and drive the energy transition in its member countries.

The International Photovoltaic Alliance (ISA) is committed to developing and deploying cost-effective and energy-transitional photovoltaic solutions to help member countries develop low-carbon growth trajectories, with a particular focus on generating electricity in Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and Small Island Developing States. Impact.

The U.S. government is planning to ramp up the development of photovoltaic systems to decarbonize its power sector.

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