Honorable Chairs, fellow delegates, and members of the United Nations,Globalization and rapid development contributed to many countries’ growth. Developingcountries’ GDP increased, and technology also enhanced. It may sound like a positiveinfluence, but this left a big responsibility for many countries’ environment.In the past several decades, a lot of countries used fossil fuel for their primary energy source.However, fossil fuel is limited and causes air, water, and soil pollution. According to the ITtrend, oil will last for 54.2 years, natural gas 63.6 years, and coal for 112 years. So, thesolution for this is to use renewable energy. Erik Solheim, the head of UN environment said aglobal transition to renewable energy are the key points delivering on the Paris Agreementand can avoid severe climate change and keeping the global temperature. As his statementsuggests, renewable energy is considered a hope.India, a country of over 1 billion people and one of the fastest growing economies in theworld, agrees that renewable energy sources can be an alternative for fossil fuel energy.Energy use in India has almost doubled since 2000 and to exacerbate the problem, thepopulation . is estimated to grow over 8% in the next 15 years. India has the third largest coalreserves in the world, and environmental issues as well as labor issues will not decrease.Moreover, the Indian renewable energy sector is the second most attractive renewable energymarket in the world, and solar power cost in India is lower than the fossil fuel’s cost. As Indialooks to meet its energy demand on its own, which is expected to reach 15820 TW by 2040,renewable energy is set to play an important role. India’s total installation of renewableenergy reached 58.3GW as of September 2017 which takes around 18% of energyconsumption according to IBEF (India Brand Equity Foundation). India has the potentialrenewable energy capacity of 363GW, and with the policies focused on the renewable energysystem, it seems India will become the core for renewable energy.If India uses renewable energy as their main energy source, it will benefit in trading thoseenergy sources globally. We believe India is going to be the main hub for the majority ofother countries’ renewable energy sources. We have the potential to install many renewableenergy plants, and through negotiation, save the international community from globalwarming.