Both the dignitaries had a fruitful talk on several issues.
They discussed on collaborating in the field of technology and finance to further develop mutually beneficial low-carbon pathways in fast-growing India’s energy market, including in gas, RE, biofuels & in hydrogen, said Pradhan.
The visiting leader also appreciated India’s significant progress in its climate ambition and lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s spiritual and emotional commitment to climate change.
Kerry is on a four-day visit to prepare for United States President Joe Biden’s Climate Change Summit on April 22.
The United States Special Presidential Envoy for Climate recently said that US is committed to halt global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius and hopes to help India cut emissions as well.