FUTURE ENERGY SCENARIO IN INDIA - AN ESSENTIAL OVERVIEWSUMAN KUMAR JHA, S. NALLUSAMY AND AKSHAT DIWAKAR SINHA
In India gap between the energy generation and demand is more than 10% which leads to create high energy gap lack. The Government organizations in India like Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) including various state governments are making big-big five years energy plans on renewable energy sources. These plans be look good only on the paper but in reality they are not able to make even 20% of it. This demand can only be reduced by suitable energy management, application of new technology and reducing the transmission and distribution loss. In India more than 30% of energy is unused in the form of wastage and average 27% of power transmission & distribution loss. There will be no need of new energy sources if energy wastage and losses in power transmission and distribution system are controlled. In India 12.12 % of electricity is only generated by the renewable energy sources. There is a need of energy awareness; application of renewable energy sources & application of thermal energy storage by Phase Change Materials (PCM) are needed to focus for reducing the generation and demand. This article deals with the future energy sources of India using the new technologies which help to reduce the energy gap between demand and generation.
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