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Present Status and Future Possibilities of Growth of Solar Energy in India

    Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Cambridge Institute of Technology, Tatisilwai, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India,Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering AISECT University Bhopal,

    naiyermumtaz@gmail.com

Abstract : The sun can be one of the most possible powerful renewable energy sources. Solar energy is finite energy resources to meet up long term global energy crisis. The recent energy crisis and environmental burden are becoming increasingly urgent and drawing enormous attention to solarenergy utilization. The present study is intended to review on recent advances in developing the STE and SPV technologies for solar power generation. Capturing and using just the sunlight which hits the earth in one day could provide enough energy for the entire world all year. Solar power has the immense capacity to bring in stability to the fluctuating electricity tariffs in India as it is cheaper than thermal and domestic coal. We have realized that solar radiation in the worst part of India is better than the best part of Europe. In India, the electricity demand is drastically increasing. Solar Thermal (STE) and Photovoltaic Electricity (SPV) technology can be implemented in India as solar resources and large wasteland areas are widely available in the country. Solar thermal energy is finite energy resources to meet up long term global energy crisis. The recent energy crisis and environmental hazards are drawing enormous attention to solar-energy utilization. The utilization of solar energy in India has got prime importance in the present scenario of energy crisis in the country

Keyword : Renewable energy, solar thermal & solar photovoltaic technologies, growth of solar energy in India, global energy crisis.