Clean energy from the sun has never been more accessible and affordable. Ordinary citizens are already getting ready to take part in this energy revolution. India is changing and so are its energy policies. From dirty coal-based power, we are gradually moving towards cleaner renewable alternatives. But we still have a long way to go.
To make solar power more attractive and affordable, both the centre and the state governments have introduced schemes and subsidies. This means that any ordinary person or a small business owner, can install a rooftop solar plant, produce electricity and reap benefits for the next 25 years. Remember, Clean Energy = Clean Air and by switching to renewables, we can make a coal-free world possible.
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Greenpeace India’s Solarisation of Agriculture report, examines five models of solar irrigation pumps in the states of Bihar, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, and Odisha, looking at state policies and cost/revenue…
To achieve its 2022 renewable energy targets, the government needs to look for creative ways of implementing decentralised renewable energy schemes. Successful installation of solar pumps across India can help…
Hyderabad, by virtue of being a Tier 1 city, is representative of most locations in India from where most demand for RTPV solar is likely to arise.
This report is a Chennai specific summary of the larger report titled, “Assessing the Rooftop Solar PV Potential of Hyderabad and Chennai“.
Greenpeace India is launching a multi-city programme to spread awareness among residents and small business owners of the advantages of going solar.