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Volume : 8, Issue : 2, Year : 2021
Article Page : 135-138
Energy is the major mover of sustainable and economic development. Energy is the key input to drive and improve the life cycle. Primarily it is the gift of the nature to the mankind in various forms. The consumption of energy is directly proportional to the progress of mankind. There is a very high demand for energy, which is currently satisfied mainly by coal, oil and petroleum which are from being a non – renewable and therefore non– permanent solution to the energy crisis. Thus, it is essential to tackle the energy crisis through efficient utilization of abundant renewable energy resources. Renewable energy sources have the potential to provide solutions to the long-standing energy problems being faced by human society. The renewable energy sources like wind energy, solar energy, biomass energy and tidal energy can be used to overcome energy shortage in India. To meet the energy requirement for such a fast growing economy, India will require more supply of energy than the total energy consumed today. The renewable energy is one of the options to meet this requirement. Today, renewable energy account for 33% of India’s primary energy consumptions. India is increasingly adopting responsible renewable energy techniques and taking positive steps towards ensuring a more sustainable future. This paper describes in brief the potentials of renewable energy options in India.
Keywords : Renewable energy, Solar energy, Wind energy, Tidal energy, Biomass energy.
How to cite : Ravichandran S, Himanshi, Sri R M M, Sustainable development through non-conventional energy resources possibility in India. Int J Clin Biochem Res 2021;8(2):135-138
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