India, the 4th largest carbon emitter in the world, ratified the Paris Agreement for Climatic Change in October, 2016 and committed to achieve the world’s largest renewable capacity expansion programme. India aims to achieve 175GW renewable energy capacity by 2022.
A significant role is expected to be played by the wind sector with a target of 60 GW wind power installed capacity by 2022. Globally, our wind capacity installations are 4th largest after China, USA and Germany. We have 9 wind-rich states i.e. Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Kerala. Read More…
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