30 thoughts on “India’s Renewable Energy Journey

  1. Its all good but India need alot more solar plants but the rates have gones below 3rs and roi is above 7-9 years now if Indian gov just give 4rs per unit like they do to coal plants there will be alot more growth i was looking into 1mw plant but less than 3rs is bad i dont think i will open that 1mw plant anytime soon

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  4. I guess it will go down as well as the same news about China: India has a better energy policy than the USA and Britain. Once the privatization aspect is cut out of the picture, there's no reason why the material capital for solar can't been worked for within a year or two. That means no energy / fuel bills whatsoever once public ownership is gained of the industries that produce renewable energy equipment. I think that's clearly a policy that will win major public support; now consider who is voting against it. Who is voting to make people unnecessarily pay for energy and who wants the payments? Aside from the huge bills, putting more than ten percent of people in energy poverty and many more struggling and worrying and constantly juggling finances to just about cope, how much in tax subsidies (public debt) are they claiming? What is the Real Cost of them poisoning the environment and everything dependent upon it? Are their lies about the known effects of their dirty business crimes against humanity? Should the people who 'work respectable jobs' in firms like these be allowed legal protection by the criminal corporation known as city of london, the wide-open 'secret city' within the City of London favoured for its crippling libel so-called laws (legal red tape based on hiding transnational corporate crimes)? https://www.theguardian.com/media/2017/sep/05/reputation-laundering-is-lucrative-business-for-london-pr-firms

  5. I am from the US I wish our goverment did more of this I'm going to invest in some private solar and wind companies though. I guess we just solve more problems in the private Sector here but I think renewable energy should be helped by goverment like national security I guess both is good.

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