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Title: Renewable energy scenario in India
Authors: Kothari, D P
Keywords: global renewable energy
fossil fuel
Issue Date: 2000
Citation: Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting, IEEE, 1, 634 - 636p.
Abstract: Prospects for renewable energy are steadily improving in India (% of total installed capacity is expected to be 10% by 2020). It is destined to take a leading role in the global renewable energy movement aiming towards sustainable development. Renewable energy programmes are especially designed to meet the growing energy needs in the rural areas for promoting decentralised and hybrid development so as to stem growing migration of rural population to urban areas in search of better living conditions. It would be through this integration of energy conservation efforts with renewable energy programmes that India would be able to achieve a smooth transition from fossil fuel economy to sustainable renewable energy based economy and bring "Energy for all" for equitable and environmental friendly sustainable development
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/1999
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