Status of Renewable Energy in India

NSSIHSNENRM-2019 | Special Issue | Jan-2019 | Published Online: 25 January 2019    PDF ( 191 KB )
Author(s)
K.V.Lakshmi 1; A.Ch.Sravanthi 2; K.T.N.Jyothi 3; S.S.R.Murthy 4; G.Raju 5; M.Siri 6; Dr.S.V.G.V.A.Prasad 7

1Lecturer in Physics, Ideal College of Arts & Sciences(A); Kakinada, A.P (India)

2Lecturer in Mathematics, Ideal College of Arts & Sciences(A); Kakinada, A.P (India)

3Lecturer in Mathematics, Ideal College of Arts & Sciences(A); Kakinada, A.P (India)

4Lecturer in Physics, Ideal College of Arts & Sciences(A); Kakinada, A.P (India)

5Lecturer in Physics, Ideal College of Arts & Sciences(A); Kakinada, A.P (India)

6Lecturer in Physics, Ideal College of Arts & Sciences(A); Kakinada, A.P (India)

7Lecturer in Physics, Ideal College of Arts & Sciences(A); Kakinada, A.P (India)

Abstract

The current population of India is 1,361,575,360 as of Saturday, January 5, 2019, based on the latest United Nations estimates. India ranks 2nd in the world population [1].World population is rising, meaning that energy consumption is also growing. Present enormity of energy cannot be denied. Energy is an essential input for economic development and improving the quality of life. on renewable and renewable sources are the different alternatives available for generation of electricity in India. India now generated around 1,160.1 billion units of electricity in 2017.India is the third largest producer and consumer of electricity power generated in the world. This review article briefly presents which type of renewable energy more produced electricity in which state and how much consumption of electricity in India in 2018.

Keywords
Energy, renewable, non renewable, fossil fuel, global warming
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