National Chronicle
National Top News Travel and Tourism

Indian Railways to become world’s first carbon emission free rail network, claims Piyush Goyal

The electrification of Indian Railways will be completed in the next three to four years. Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has claimed this. Piyush Goyal tweeted this information. Announcing the plan through a tweet, Piyush Goyal said, “Railways are continuously increasing electrification for a better, pollution-free future”.
Along with this, he wrote on his tweet that, ‘The target of electrification of the entire railway in the next 3 – 4 years has been set, making it the world’s first carbon emission-free railway, as well as the production of railway solar energy for its needs. Still working.’

Railways working on the production of solar energy

This means that after this step, Indian Railways will soon become the world’s first carbon emission-free rail network. Railways are working on the production of solar energy for energy requirements. Let me tell you that earlier in a program, the Railway Minister had claimed that by 2030, he will make Indian Railways the world’s first carbon emission free network.

Will help to eliminate pollution

The government is working to dismantle the old coal plant. Its special point is that it will help to eliminate pollution. Electrification is being emphasized to deal with the threats of climate change.

Related posts

DDA to relief people living in unauthorized colonies, will not charge for construction till 200 FAR

NC Team

Proper handling of samples can slow Covid spread in India: Experts

NC Team

2 women rescued from Mumbai blaze

NC Team

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More