India is the world's 3rd largest consumer of electricity and the world's 3rd largest renewable energy producer with 38% of energy capacity installed in the year 2020 (136 GW of 373 GW) coming from renewable sources. In November 2021, India had a renewable energy capacity of 150 GW consisting of solar (48.55 GW), wind (40.03 GW), small hydropower (4.83 GW), bio-mass (10.62 GW), large hydro (46.51 GW), and nuclear (6.78 GW). India has committed to a goal of 500 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030.
The government of India has introduced a PLI scheme of US$ 3138 million for facilitating domestic manufacturing of solar PV modules and cells to achieve its target of 280 GW installed capacity of Solar Energy by the end of 2030.
Government agencies at the city, state, and central levels are paying greater attention to sustainable transport as the way forward for India’s mobility sector.
There are currently 30 crores (0.3 billion) vehicles registered in India. In 2021, 18.63 million units were sold in India.
The electric vehicle industry is gaining momentum for the past 2 years in India. Currently, there are 870,141 electric vehicles registered in India. In 2021, 2,38,120 units EV were sold in India.
The government of India has approved a US$ 3391 million production-linked incentive (PLI) scheme to boost domestic manufacturing of Advanced Automotive Technology (AAT) products and attract investments in the automotive manufacturing value chain.
The incentive structure is intended to encourage the industry to make fresh investments in indigenous supply chain/ deep localization of advanced automotive technology products to move up the value chain.
In Union Budget 2021-22, the Central Government announced the National Hydrogen Energy Mission (NHM) envisaging the use of hydrogen as an energy source, leveraging its utility as a clean alternative fuel. The focus of the NHM is to generate hydrogen from renewable energy sources, helping India achieve its emission goals under the Paris Agreement while reducing the country’s dependence on fossil fuels. The usage of hydrogen will not only help India in achieving its emission goals under the Paris Agreement but will also reduce import dependency on fossil fuels.
This scheme was launched by the Government of India to increase the income of farmers and provide sources for irrigation and de-dieselizing the agricultural sector. It is aimed at ensuring energy security for farmers in India, along with honoring India’s commitment to increase the share of installed capacity of electric power from non-fossil-fuel sources to 40% by 2030 as part of Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs).
The International Solar Alliance (ISA) is a treaty based inter-governmental organization working to create a global market system to tap the benefits of solar power and promote clean energy applications. With 75 signatory countries in this global collective, the ISA creates a multi-stakeholder ecosystem where sovereign nations, multilateral organizations, industry, policymakers and innovators work in together to promote the common and shared goal of meeting energy demands of a secure & sustainable world.
It is an initiative by International Solar Alliance (ISA), India, and United Kingdom to build a global green energy grid, primarily focusing on solar and wind energy.
The vision behind OSOWOG is “the sun never sets” across the globe. The end objective of this is to develop a global ecosystem of interconnected renewable energy resources that are seamlessly shared for mutual benefits and global sustainability. While the sun is the source of all energy and solar energy is totally clean and sustainable, it is available only during the daytime and is dependent on the weather. OSOWOG is the solution to this challenge. Its objective is to aid in developing a worldwide grid through which clean energy can be transmitted anywhere, anytime (use power at night in one part of the world from solar energy generated on another side of the world where it is daytime).
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Manufacturing of material and components for sustainability solutions.
Import and Distribution of raw material and components for sustainability solutions.
Split Junction Box for Solar PV Module
Silver Paste and Aluminium Paste for Solar Cells
Aluminum Frame for Solar Panels
Raw Material for Bio-Ethanol
EV Battery components
EVA Sheet for Solar Module
Back Sheet for Solar Module
PCB (Printed Circuit Boards)