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Think of this: The India receives five Trillion watts of energy from the sun in one year....
THE HINDU 17.12.2011

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Asked by Lost Soul, 17 Dec '11 03:21 pm
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India receives solar energy equivalent to over 5000 trillion kWh/year, which is far more than the total energy consumption of the country. It is the most readily available source of energy. It does not belong to anybody and is, therefore, free. It is also the most important of the non-conventional sources of energy because it is non-polluting and, therefore, helps in lessening the greenhouse effect. In the next few years it is expected that millions of households in the world will be using solar energy as the trends in US, Germany and Japan show. In India too, the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency and the Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources are formulating a programme to have solar energy in more than a million households in the next few years. The government has also said that it will develop 48 Indian cities as solar cities. Even corporates like Siemens is also contributing towards harnessing this energy to the fullest in India, The company has announced its entry in ...more
Source: http://blog.siemens.co.in/
Answered by Smriti, 09 Jan '12 05:29 pm

 
  
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Answered by Trance, 17 Dec '11 04:15 pm

 
  
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We have to develop many things to utilise this much energy like solar batteries, cars, scooters, buses, etc.
Answered by Gopakumar, 17 Dec '11 03:23 pm

 
  
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