The world is moving from the fossil energy era to the renewable energy era and India has a unique advantage: the abundance of renewable resources including solar and wind. As per a research report by Finland’s University of Technology (LUT), there is a great potential for India to move into a fully renewable electricity system by 2050.
Accordingly, India has set an ambitious target of having 175 GW of clean energy capacity by 2022, including 100 GW solar and 60 GW of wind energy. Further, it aims to exceed its renewable energy target of 275 GW in 2027. Of late, the government has announced that the country’s renewable energy capacity has crossed the 80 GW-mark, which includes 29.55 GW of solar energy and 36.37 GW wind power. So, certainly India is inching towards becoming a renewable energy super power. On this note, in September, we are coming up with a special issue on renewable energy sector which will highlight the country’s renewable energy roadmap. This issue will be displayed and distributed at the 2019 edition of Renewable Energy India Expo next month.
Further, I take this opportunity in announcing our participation in ELECRAMA 2020 – the extravaganza of the world of electricity focusing on power, electrical and lighting industry to be held in India Expo Mart, Greater Noida, between 18th to 22nd January 2020. As you start gearing up for this mega show, we invite you to be a part of our pre-event issues to reach out to your target readers.
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