5 edition of Renewable energy development in India found in the catalog.
Renewable energy development in India
Papers presented at a seminar conducted in Agra and New Delhi during 27-30 January 1995.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by P. Venkata Ramana, Keith Kozloff.|
|Contributions||Venkata Ramana, P., Kozloff, Keith., Tata Energy Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||TJ807.9.I4 R46 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 153 p. :|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||96900859|
India has come a long way in renewable energy in the past decade. The country’s installed capacity has risen sixfold to nearly 83 gigawatts (1 GW = 1, MW). And in the past 5 years, solar power, which is set to become bigger than wind energy within renewables, has seen its capacity grow around 12 times to over 31 GW, according to the Central Electricity Authority (CEA). Determinants for the future development in energy use Topics for discussion and for mini-projects PART I: Energy Resources Chapter 2. Status, prospects and sustainability issues Non-renewable energy resources Renewable energy resource introduction Chapter 3. The origin of renewable energy flows Solar radiation.
In December , the global renewable energy generation capacity amounted to 2, GW. 1 Hydropower constituted around half the share of the global total energy capacity, with an installed capacity of 1, GW. 2 India has the 4 th largest wind power capacity in the world. In October , wind power installed capacity stood at GW. 3 India has the 5 th largest solar power capacity in . Conventional energy source based on coal, gas, and oil are very much helpful for the improvement in the economy of a country, but on the other hand, some bad impacts of these resources in the environment have bound us to use these resources within some limit and turned our thinking toward the renewable energy resources. The social, environmental, and economical problems can be .
India is all set to cross the GW renewable energy capacity mark in and can make rapid strides towards the ambitious GW clean energy target by provided the government keeps a close eye on key issues and deals with those well in time. The government however needs to promote storage to ensure 24X7 clean energy supply as coal fired thermal power still remains the . National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
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