India’s Renewable Energy Journey

Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
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India’s Renewable Energy Journey

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May 26, 2017




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Tom Kelly
Tom Kelly Month ago
If the bagass is getting burned, what is the field being fertilized with? It is very important ot return organic matter back to the land. I think it would be better to get the bagasse to a dairy for bedding and then ferment the soiled bedding and catch the gas in a biogas digester, then return the effluent back to the land as fertilizer. Solar panels over the canal looks amazing though. Surely it is built high enough for flood conditions. Preventing evaporation is a good thing to do. It looks like a good use of space
wang tie
wang tie Month ago
zola mo
zola mo Month ago
Open sourced, gravity-driven, free energy generator: Power Multiplier Device, last resize (I hope)-overunity.com
Siva Sai723
Siva Sai723 Month ago
What a video I had never seen such a video
zola mo
zola mo 2 months ago
Open-sourced, gravity-driven, free energy generator. Power Multiplier Device, last resize (I hope)-overunity.com
Renchy De Waal
Renchy De Waal 2 months ago
Euh..... does the sun shine at night in India?
Pundlik Mule
Pundlik Mule 3 months ago
india is next superpower and destination.
manish dubey Manu
manish dubey Manu 3 months ago
The Random Lesson
The Random Lesson 4 months ago
Good for india..
The Random Lesson
The Random Lesson 4 months ago
Very nice video
The Random Lesson
The Random Lesson 4 months ago
Proud to be indian..all the best indian government..jai hind
Ankit Shakarwal
Ankit Shakarwal 4 months ago
Very good initiative
Sponge850 Bobette
Sponge850 Bobette 4 months ago
Having worked for a major Hydro Power government owned, I know the most difficult thing with solar or wind, is to balanced the grid. The country that has been able to do this by using giga batteries is Germany. What India is downing is most remarkable. It is bringing electrical power to small users and medium users (large also obviously).
Mr. ABDRAMANYO 5 months ago
Solar energy production that sound but how to stock energy for night usage for example
SHARMA G 6 months ago
Very knowledgeable video👌👌👌
James Rosemary
James Rosemary 6 months ago
Numbers are impresive but it doesn't say what percentage of power consumption is from renewable sources...
Preshit Tendulkar
Preshit Tendulkar 3 months ago
20 percent
Shubham Sancheti
Shubham Sancheti 5 months ago
@Gustavo Adolfo nope
Gustavo Adolfo
Gustavo Adolfo 6 months ago
It's very low, less than 10% is renewable energy
Dustin Krejci
Dustin Krejci 6 months ago
..."tribal and backward communities..." the narrator said...
Darksiders Valley of death
jai hind
Engine HD
Engine HD 7 months ago
Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Jai Vigyan ! Jai Hind....!
Subhash Nashkar
Subhash Nashkar 7 months ago
that why i love my country
Pushpraj Rahangdale
Pushpraj Rahangdale 7 months ago
Wind energy
Pushpraj Rahangdale
Pushpraj Rahangdale 7 months ago
Knowledge Speed
Knowledge Speed 7 months ago
This is future..... If you interested in how solar power plant working....then visit below link.. ruvid.net/show-UCn8Lrd0T6hnbrSlFMKuRmcQ
Wicked Mcjagger
Wicked Mcjagger 7 months ago
I wish india is a clean country
Mohammed Mansoor
Mohammed Mansoor 8 months ago
In this almost lays
Yashsvi Dixit
Yashsvi Dixit 8 months ago
Just look at this waqi.info/
hunny arora
hunny arora 8 months ago
Itna paisa government park bnane me lga ri h... Indian public ko loan dekar without interest toh har ghar me solar panel aajega...
chitharanjen kg
chitharanjen kg 8 months ago
Why not the floating panels using on the sea to produce electricity?🤔
Parvesh Sharma
Parvesh Sharma 5 months ago
So that Pakistanis and Bangladeshis will not steal them 😂😂😂
Dark Phantom
Dark Phantom 8 months ago
I think this video should be translated in regional languages. Then only people get aware of this technology... & Things get done in grass roots level... I don't see any of these things in our surroundings...
budding scientist
budding scientist 8 months ago
Green india clean india
Devendra Singh
Devendra Singh 8 months ago
India should stop all water from streams and rivers flowing to Pakistan.
Richard Black
Richard Black 8 months ago
No one has posted a negative comment yet so I guess ill be that guy. India must be backwards and primitive to think that Biomass generators are renewable but nuclear is not. small scale hydro power only? what fools... Dams only get more energy efficient when they get larger. using arable farmland for solar farm instillation is a really inhumane decision. you flipped a coin between feeding your people and giving them electricity. Nuclear power is the closest thing this world has to a perfect energy source. it only has two flaws which can easily be fixed: 1. risk of meltdown. a catastrophic failure only happens at old, outdated, poorly maintained, or improperly expanded power facilities. if innovation and engineering can make solar and wind cheap; then it can make Nuclear safe. 2. disposal of nuclear waste. solid nuclear waste should be stable at an average underground facility, as long as the area is not prone to earthquakes, floods or erosion. in most countries the perfect area would be at the bottom or large open pit mines. Nuclear waste inside a 3" thick lead cylinder, inside a steel cylinder coated in epoxy, bundled together at the bottom of the hole (500 feet below the surface) surround the containers in concrete, insert tungsten plaques baring the radioactive symbol, and fill in the hole with the mined out dirt.
Arshad Zaidi
Arshad Zaidi 23 days ago
7 nuclear plants are being built india need too much energy so we can't get all the energy from solar parks apart from that 25 hydro electric dam also being built in different part of india .
Paul Adams
Paul Adams 8 months ago
Fantastic, please keep up the good work! ♡♡♡♡♡
jitesh verma
jitesh verma 8 months ago
Very good initiative..
Ivan Dmitry
Ivan Dmitry 8 months ago
Shit hole and dirty place. Filthy too
Dinesh Kumar
Dinesh Kumar 8 months ago
I am ee engineer can I get jon
Dhanjy Roy
Dhanjy Roy 8 months ago
India is next super power
Vish Ram
Vish Ram 8 months ago
Below Concept will definitely help Country to meet his target before 2030, Complete Details can be checked at ruvid.net/video/video-iQwhWgXmKQk.html OR lightenmyways.blogspot.com
first Impression
first Impression 8 months ago
omg this video is so funny
ARVIND CHHIMPA 8 months ago
Wah Very good presentation, Make in India k chhakar me export duty bdha di fir b exported solar panel sste h raw material China se export krke fir manufactur krte h aur upr se make in India Ka tag... Make in India ke chakar me 25lac ki model Tesla s electric car par 115% tax h aur India me 55 lac ki h Sirf isliye ki tum India ki ghatiya mahindra e2o khrido jis pr make in India Ka tag ho...
Navnath Jagtap
Navnath Jagtap 8 months ago
I love my india😘💝. And I know India have full potential to give Best example to World. The heaven on the earth. 👍👍👌🎍🎎🎅🐅🔥😍
kranthi kumar
kranthi kumar 8 months ago
Because of modi thank you pm
Sanjeev Kumar
Sanjeev Kumar 8 months ago
Street lights is installed in our village around 60 to 70 but after few months 80 % of the street lights were not working ,,,we need work with quality wise not as quantity wise ..
Zadvinder Singh
Zadvinder Singh Month ago
Quality comprise in installation by your leaders We also face this problem 😊😊
KALU RAM 7 months ago
it's problem broo
KALU RAM 8 months ago
you or your leader can complain to remove this problem to the company which is responsible 4 it.
flitsies 8 months ago
Very impressive, But no street view in India.
v.v.v.v jojo
v.v.v.v jojo 8 months ago
Still people shit on railway tracks ...lol
Prasanna jyothi Vaka
This is the best vedio I just loved it It's like boost for hopes
jitu Ram Ram
jitu Ram Ram 8 months ago
Good modi gi
Arvind Yadav
Arvind Yadav 9 months ago
Very useful video
Mohammed Irfan
Mohammed Irfan 9 months ago
Only Mumbai Delhi states like this are developed But states like telengana are not developed properly
Shubham Sancheti
Shubham Sancheti 2 months ago
Telengana is good I guess I think good example will be up Bihar jarkahnd chatissgarh etcc.. which are not that much developed coz they we're looted much and not have access to oceans
rakesh kumar
rakesh kumar 9 months ago
Why don't you build more dams in uttrakhand and himachal and use water energy why do you want to use coal energy
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