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- To promote green technology, a coalition of fifty-five enterprises has come together.
- Microsoft and Salesforce are both members of the First Movers Coalition.
- In addition, AP Govt signed three MoUs to create green energy in Andhra Pradesh.
Green technology is getting a boost thanks to a new relationship between the World Economic Forum and some of the world’s biggest companies. The First Movers Coalition comprises companies that make significant acquisitions related to green technology and supply chains.
The goal is to influence the market so that emerging technologies. Like green steel, green hydrogen and carbon capture become more attractive for investment and expansion.
Bill Gates, Salesforce co-CEO Marc Benioff, Google CFO Ruth Porat, and others joined US climate envoy John Kerry on Wednesday to announce at Davos that the number of firms had increased from over 30 to 55.
In addition to the United States and the World Economic Forum, Sweden, India, Japan, Denmark, the United Kingdom, and other nations have joined the alliance.
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By increasing the manufacture of green goods, Microsoft CEO Bill Gates argues, “the way you get rid of it is to scale up the manufacturing.”
To limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels, the world’s leading climate scientists say emissions of greenhouse gases must cut down in the next decade.
Meanwhile, the state of Andhra Pradesh has inked three memorandums of understanding (MoUs) to generate green energy, and top executives from major corporations met with Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy at the WEF meeting.
Aurobindo Reality Infrastructure and the state government signed a memorandum of understanding to generate 6,000 megawatts (MW) of green energy. The state was represented by Special Chief Secretary Karikal Valaven, while Aurobindo Director Sharatchandra Reddy represented the firm.
For 8,000 megawatts of green electricity, the state and Greenko inked a second agreement. The agreement was signed by Karikal Valaven and Anil Chalamsetti of Greenko.
Ace Urban Developers inked the third memorandum of understanding for constructing a decarbonized manufacturing facility in Machilipatnam. They were Karikal Valaven and Anil Chalamsetti.
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