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Renewable Energy Sources Policies of India

Mukesh Dayal

Abstract


Nowadays India is a large consumer of fossil fuel such as crude oil, coal, etc. The rapid
increase in use of nonrenewable energies such as fossil fuel, oil, natural gas has created
problems of demand and supply. Because of which, the future of nonrenewable energies is
becoming uncertain. Also, India has had a negative energy balance for decades, which has
resulted in the need to purchase energy from outside the country to fulfil the needs of the
entire country. Even though, The Ministry of Power has set an agenda of providing Power to
All by 2012.

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The Electricity Act, 2003 (No.36 of 2003) by Ministry of Law and Justice.

Ministry for Non-conventional Energy Sources, commonly known as MNES.

www.indiacore.com.

http://www.geni.org.

Centre for Wind Energy Technology www.cwet.tn.nic.in.


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