SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

The REDCAT Team

Non- conventional sources of energy are the future of energy consumption in the world. The energy crisis is one of the major problems of the world; and under these circumstances the only hope for the future are renewable sources of energy. Solar Panels REDCAT Labs solar Panels are used in industrial, commercial and residential application. The high quality, reliable, efficient and environment friendly Solar Panels are designed for all weather conditions and are easy to install and maintain. REDCAT Labs has always been able to seize this market and is the current forerunner in the sector. Solar energy is at the helm of renewable sources and is being taken seriously by every country to meet their power demands. Indian Government has approved many ambitious projects to boost India’s solar sector. Currently India has the capacity to generate solar power of 4 GW with future targets of 100 GW of solar power generation by 2022 and making it into a $100 billion investment. These investments by Indian Government are well planned and researched, thus showing us that solar energy is the future energy source to believe in. The problem with fossil fuels is that even though it generates power of high magnitude, it also causes a high degree of pollution in the environment. Solar energy does not require any fossil fuel to produce energy and there is no emission of hazardous gasses or harmful radioactive waste to come by with it. Conclusion The world today is going through an energy crisis, especially in India where the demand is huge but the supply is less comparatively. India has 18% of world population but still it only uses 6% of the primary energy of the world, this shows the shortage of energy in the country. Solar energy solutions become the best option available to mankind to come out of this situation as it is in abundance and overall the annual bills of energy have become cheaper than many conventional sources of energy. Wind Wind energy is available virtually everywhere on Earth, but there are wide variations in wind strength and consistency. One estimate suggests that there is 1 million GW of wind energy available from the total land coverage of the Earth, and if only 1% of this land was utilised at achievable efficiencies this would meet global electricity demand. Although most wind energy is currently obtained onshore, offshore wind farms are becoming more popular as a larger resource area with low environmental impact (particularly considering noise and visual pollution). A recent report claims that India produces only 5% more electricity than it consumes. This can be attributed to several factors, most notably population. Over the last few years, India’s population has increased dramatically. And, with the growing number of people, resources are becoming extremely scarce. India’s population has also resulted in an increase in the nation’s global carbon footprint. And the country’s leadership wants to keep a check on that. The focus then, shifts from using fossil fuels to other renewable sources of energy. By using resources that are virtually non-exhaustible, India can reduce its dependence on fossil fuels, and in turn, produce energy without harming the nature.

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