- According to the World Economic Forum (WEF)’s global Energy Transition Index (ETI) 2020, Indiahas moved up two places from rank 76th (2019) to 74th with a score of 51.5%, Sweden (74.2%) topped for the 3rd consecutive time followed by Switzerland (73.4%) and Finland (72.4%). The index is a composite score of 40 indicators, benchmarks 115 countries on the current performance of their energy system, and readiness for transition to a secure, sustainable, affordable, and inclusive future energy system.
- The scores of ETI are on a scale from 0% to 100%.
- France(8th) and the United Kingdom (7th) are the only G20 countries in the top ten. China, India, and Italy made consistent improvements on overall ETI score since 2015 & Russia, Japan, South Korea and Germany made moderate gains.
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