Energy has been the main driving force behind the advancements from stoneage till date. We have come a long way from using animal and wood based energy for fulfilling our energy requirements, to using more efficient forms of energy like nuclear fission etc. The negative effects and unsustainable nature of conventional energy sources has aroused the need for alternate energy options.
With an aim to provide cleaner and year-round availability of energy source, Solar Energy provides long term solution particularly in relation to a Sustainable Future.
India Solar Energy Scenario
India falls in Earth's tropical belt and is blessed with an average insolation of 4-7 kWh/ m2/ day. With the recently announced "Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission", government has provided a huge support to encourage the utility scale consumption of Solar energy. The holistic approach adopted by government has helped India to capture its position as global player with many Indian and international firms now entering Indian Solar Market.
The western region of India covered by Rajasthan and Gujarat enjoys the highest amount of solar radiation. However, power yield from Solar Photovoltaic technology suffers due to excessively high ambient temperature in such areas. But, an important point to be noted here is that the other parts of Indian subcontinent can also benefit from annual average radiation of 4.5-5.7 kWh/ m2/ day. This makes a strong business case for almost the whole of India in terms of exploring solar potential.
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