India plans to reduce its carbon footprint by 33-35% from its 2005 levels by 2030 and meet 40% of its electricity needs from non-fossil fuel sources by then, a part of its commitments to the United Nation.
Framework Convention on Climate Change adopted by 195 countries in Paris in 2015.
The study of alternative energy resources brings in new attractive feasibilities such as wind and solar energy deployment thro careful planning to avoid, minimize, and mitigate impacts using carbon emitting fossil fuels with increased efficiency, reducing costs, and protecting the open spaces precious for life of people
India has tremendous potential to switch to green energy options across the country in the light of its diversified economy and workforce, and all-time upcoming industries to cater for its own population as well as to participate on active international trade, through “Make in India” policy.
National policies are focussed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution, creating renewable energy jobs, thereby suppressing electricity and natural gas production prices. Tremendous benefits are foreseen through combating greenhouse gas and air pollution, resulting substantial saving in energy economy in the future.