Solar Energy Contribution In Digital India & Challenges Of Consumer Awareness To Solar Energy.

  • Dr. Brahampal Singh Trinity Institute of Professional Studies Dwarka
Keywords: CSP- Concentrated solar power, SPV -Solar Photovoltaic, CSC - common services center, SWAN -state wide area networks

Abstract

Solar energy is not harmful as well as easier to use. But in India consumer awareness is the greatest challenge to solar energy. It is a great need to aware everyone about this technology so that uses of this resource of energy can be increased.
Solar energy can contribute in Digital India dreams of Indian Government. It can complete electricity requirements of Digital India to spread internet up to villages & rural areas.
The increasing prices for petroleum products, projection that petroleum resources would be exhausted in a relatively short period of time and the use of fossil fuel resources for political purposes will adversely affecting worldwide economic and social development. In addition, global warming caused largely by greenhouse gas emission from fossil fuel generating systems is also a major concern. These problems can be overcome by alternative sources that are renewable, cheap, easily available, and sustainable. And the solar energy is best promising source. But unfortunately this source of energy has been get neglected.
In this paper researcher has aimed to find out the consumer aware of solar energy, solar energy systems and its uses as well as its contribution for digital India.

Author Biography

Dr. Brahampal Singh, Trinity Institute of Professional Studies Dwarka

Associate Professor

(Affiliated by GGSIPU)

Published
2017-04-30
How to Cite
[1]
D. Singh, “Solar Energy Contribution In Digital India & Challenges Of Consumer Awareness To Solar Energy.”, EPH - International Journal of Science And Engineering (ISSN: 2454 - 2016), vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 42-47, Apr. 2017.