Today, the world is undergoing a transformational change and adjustment because of simultaneous global warming and an increase in crude oil prices, necessitating a paradigm shift towards sustainable growth. It is worldwide recognized that fossil fuels are depleting fast and their excessive use needs to be curbed. More than 40 percent of population does not have access to electricity. In this context, the role of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy is vital. India has been making continuous progress in conventional as well as renewable power generation. India lies in the sunny region of the world. Most part of India receives 4-7 kilowatt hours of solar radiation per square meter of area per day with 250-300 sunny days in a year. The highest amount of solar energy is received in Rajasthan state and as compare to other state.
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has selected Rajasthan as one of the States where solar energy will have its future. Moreover NAVYUG VIKAS & ANUSANDHAN SANSTHAN has been selected out of 40 plus NGO's throughout India to carry out the work in selected villages of Rajasthan for the solar energy project (Empanelled for Rural Area Energy Access Program).
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy department will assign the village to Navyug Anusandhan Sansthan. It will be the job of the NYVAS to make the people aware about the benefits of solar energy and power generation for the village use. This project will involve NYVAS to convince people to take up the solar energy and setup a solar energy plant so that it will suffice the electricity requirement for that particular village.
|Responsibility in one line
Smoth operation of Energy Access Programme to Rural India
|Approach to the Assignment
Agency would adopt participatory approach along with high-tech approach
|EXPECTED OUT PUT
1. Maximaizing the area Renewable source of energy in State
2. State plan for energy access to rural area
For improvement Of Energy Access to Rural Area
The Energy Development Index (EDI) is a multi-dimensional indicator that tracks energy development country-by-country, distinguishing between developments at the household level and at the community level EDI consist of :-