India’s G-20 energy meet to balance renewables, fossil fuels
By SIBI ARASU
BENGALURU, India (AP) — Over 500 energy industry heavyweights will descend on the southern Indian city of Bengaluru on Monday to discuss the future of renewables and fossil fuels at India Energy Week — the first big ticket event of the country’s presidency of the Group of 20 leading economies. Speakers will discuss the need to ramp up the transition to clean energy. But the overwhelming presence of oil and gas industry stakeholders has raised questions from climate analysts. Most of the Indian participants at the event belong to either government-owned or private fossil fuel companies.