In recent times, India has witnessed a power generating capacity of around 350 GW. This alone has been termed of generating for around a Trillion units of power supply each year. On average, these can be around 100 units of electricity for an Indian citizen.
As compared to China, around 4000 units per capita are established. This is almost the same as the world average goes on to. Further, many advanced economies have been generating around 10000 units of electricity per customer in a year.
In a way, India has been facing two immediate and grateful tasks which have been letting it grow more in an ambitious way. It has to upgrade things and expand chronically while at the same time has to stay ahead of game in the electricity sector. Furthermore, it also tries to clean ahead of the dirty power sources which are currently in the account of the two-thirds production value chains of the sector.
Currently, the government of India has been well recognizing this criterion. As a result of which the Renewable is cheap and further leveled on the cost of energy. Lifetime costs, as well as operational costs, have also been reduced. These processes are not degrading the environment and even safehouse the environment from the greenhouse gases which can make a climate change.
In balancing India’s economic growth aspirations as well as local pollution crises, the government of India has been aiming for a renewable domain which can cost around at least 40 percent in the electric generation capacity in the current decade. Further, India can also aim in producing as well as consuming around 2.5 trillion units in the electricity domain in a year.
This roughly requires around 275 GW power of renewable at this point in time. In the current state, India’s grid has been absorbing a circulation of 75W renewable. To get this to a different target in 2030, an annual capacity of 16 GW renewable is required in the coming years.
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