SDG 07: Affordable and Clean Energy

Here's how India, China and Brazil are making the transition to clean energy 

China, India, and Brazil could become major innovators in the development of clean energy technology. Image: Reuters

Radhika Khosla

Senior Researcher at the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford

Venkatesh Narayanamurti

Benjamin Peirce Professor of Technology and Public Policy, Harvard University

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he LED lighting market in India grew from annual sales of 5 million bulbs to 669 million. Image: Khosla et al (Data: ELCOMA)
China’s manufacturing capacity increased more than 25 times during 2008-2017. Image: Khosla et al (Data: IEA-PVPS annual Trends Reports and National Survey Reports for China, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea and the US)
Ethanol production by country between 2000-2018. Image: Khosla et al (Data: OECD)

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