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A graphical representation of the winning idea from the Delhi brainstorm.

Table 10’s idea was that by 2035 India’s energy needs would be entirely supplied by a combination of onshore (biomass and solar) and offshore (wind and tidal) renewable energy, supported by thorium-based nuclear reactors. On the way to this enviable outcome, gas would be needed as a transitional fuel while the renewable resources are brought online.

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A graphical representation of the winning idea from the Delhi brainstorm.

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