Fight for Climate Change - India on Fast Phase
  • 00:00AM Jan 01,2019 Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600003, India
  • Written By Ajay
  • Written By Ajay
  • 00:00AM Jan 01,2019 Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600003, India

Fight for Climate Change – India on Fast Phase

It is great news for the country after the announcement of World Bank. The World Bank had did survey across the globe and observed India is emerging as a great nation and leading the chart in fighting against the climate change. It is noticed that India is gradually replacing the coal energy with the solar power as solar power is the best source of energy.

You can’t believe this statement. By the end of 2030, India will be completely providing electricity round the clock to its people. The sweeping commitment and innovative solutions initiatives will pay the way for this. With this Initiative, India has started to take firm decisions which will helps them in long run. Now, India is producing the clean energy through solar which emerged them as the frontrunner in the race against the climatic change.

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The report of the World Bank is giving us some pleasure to people. They have also praised the nation for walking away from the plans to install near 14 GW of coal-fired plants.  All the coal-fired plants will be replaced by solar power to generate electricity. It is really affordable for the country to utilize the solar power instead of using fossil fuels. The expenses which we incur for producing the electricity using the coal-fired plant had reduced gradually. Comparing now to 2040, there will be a huge drop and the expenses will fall up to 60% in 2040. India is a country where we get sunshine for almost 300 days in a year. It is the best renewable source of energy in which electricity can be generated using solar power.

By the end of 2022, India has set a tight target of producing 160 gigawatts (GW) of electricity using the wind and the solar power. If this plan is implemented without any hassle, lot of villages will get electricity and they can light up their homes. Students can study at their night times. People can preserve their food using refrigerators. Additionally, it will also provide a huge business opportunity for International firms to invest in the solar energy in the country.

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India has already started to promote the use of solar power. The promotion is going on large scale in the place of fossil fuels to promote the solar energy to honor its climate change commitments. The International Solar Alliance initiative was taken and  promoted by Honorable Prime minister Narendra Modi and French President Francois Hollande as a union of countries with abudance sunlight.  There are totally 121 countries which fall under this Tropic of cancer and Tropic of Capricon. These countries have been invited to collaborate with each other for effectively utilizing the solar energy. Most of the countries fall in Asia, Africa and South America.

They have devised three objectives and they are as follows.

  1. Force down the prices of electricity by driving demand.
  2. Bring standards in solar energy
  3. Foster research and development.

Once the process is successfully completely, there is no doubt India will be only one country to mark its benchmark in Solar Industry. This is one the great initiative which makes by the Government. If these exist the year 2030 is the year where you can see India as great superpower.