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Solar Energy Scenario in India

India is a tropical nation with clear sunshine available for 250 to 300 days per year in most parts of the

country, which is equivalent to 5000 trillion KWH of energy. This has a potential to generate 1900 billion

KWH (1900 Billion units) of solar power annually.

The total electricity generation target of government of India for the year 2015 – 16 is fixed at 1137.5

billion units (BU). Today, less than 2{a666b91cb919f35b74d025c09da5e8b37b5674e06c640fe31d3e2f0c13538ccc} of total electricity is generated by solar energy.

Clean Energy

Pollution caused by thermal power plants is a cause of concern as it causes air pollution.

Solar energy is a clean energy, which causes less environmental pollution compared to other coal

based thermal power plants. This leads to solar energy being called clean energy as well as green


Power Shortage & No Electrification

With acute energy shortage and the same increasing every year, alternative means of energy is the

need of the hour.

Around 80,000 villages in India, have no electricity supply.

During summer seasons, 8 – 10 hours of load shedding is normal in all major cities across country

owing to power shortages.

Why Solar Power?

 Operating cost is zero as solar energy is available free of cost.

 Using batteries, benefits of solar energy can be reaped even during night time. Thus ensuring

24×7 free of cost operation.

What Benefits I Earn?

 A 1 TR of normal air conditioner uses around 2 units of electricity. Considering per unit cost

between ` 5 – 10 depending on where you are in India, roughly it comes out to around ` 15/hour.

 If one uses air conditioner for 8 – 10 hours a day, a flat saving of`150/day is made in electricity


 Need not worry about load shedding and power cuts as, solar air conditioners will work

independent of main powers.

Contribution Towards Environment

With renewable energy being utilized, contribution is made towards green energy and reduce carbon


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