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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 7, July 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



Future Demand Of Localized Renewable Energy Generation Policy For Zero Carbon Footprints

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AUTHOR(S)

Swapnakumari Patil, Dr. Anwar Mubarak Mulla

 

KEYWORDS

carbon foot printing, localized generation, energy policy, green energy

 

ABSTRACT

The Indian power system is probably going to face extraordinary technical and institutional shifts in the future. Present-day Indian energy policy targets the demand for a clean, economical along with safeguarded energy supply. Decentralization of the electricity system is known as one technique of realizing effective and renewable energy supply and dealing with factors over aging electricity facilities and potential limitations. With this paper, we offer a dialogue about of the economics of elevated use of Localized energy generation. We discover that there is a broad scope for exploration considering the private Localized generation solutions. In this view, we offer strategies for the forthcoming stage of policy development and research which are likely to be necessary to focus on public policy on local generation and its role in the future of Indian energy supply.

 

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