Renewable energy scenario in India

Chaturvedi Charna, Monica
April 2014
Power Watch India;Apr2014, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p76
The article focuses on India's untapped renewable energy potential despite increasing power generation from renewable resources. Topics discussed include the government's renewable energy capacity addition target for the 12th Five Year Plan, installed wind power capacity as of March 2013, and the revival of generation-based incentive for wind power projects. Also mentioned are the Solar Radiation Resource Assessment initiative and projects for biomass power generation.


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