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New Delhi — India said on Thursday it needed $330bn in investments over the next decade to power its renewable energy dream, but coal would remain central to its electricity generation.

The energy-guzzling country wants to raise its renewable energy capacity to 500GW, or 40% of total capacity, by 2030. Renewables currently account for 22% of India’s total installed capacity of about 357GW...

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