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Geothermal energy can solve the power shortage problem of the country, as India contains part of one of the largest geothermal areas in the world... - Basant Kumar
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The Potential Of Renewable Energy Sources In The Energy Sector In India

India became the world's third largest producer of electricity in the year 2013 and accounts for 4.8% of global share in electricity generation. But its per capita electricity consumption is only 746 kWh, which is lower compared to many countries, though electricity tariff is cheaper in India. - Lekha Chandran
Renewable Energy, Green Power Electricity, Energy Conservation, Sustainable Energy, Environments, Solar power | Geothermal Energy - Electrical India Magazine on Power & Electrical products, Renewable Energy, Transformers, Switchgear & Cables

Geothermal Energy

All geothermal plants work by producing steam to turn a turbine and generator. However, several modifications have improved the technology, making it more suitable for mainstream usage... - Mayadhar Swain
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