Energy and Carbon Emission Impact of Renewable Energy Policies in Gujarat State
Gujarat is thought mutually of the economic hubs within the world, for the event of state all the sectors ought to be developed. Among all sectors, the energy sector is thought as backbone for the property development. Since two three decades, the consumption of coal for the availability of correct energy magnified with the upper proportion, that arise the amount of carbon emission (CO2). Gujarat is one amongst the states that have surplus energy provide and state has conjointly advantage of 1600 kilometer coastal space. Per capita electricity consumption of Gujarat is conjointly on top of several state and Asian nation also. With the rise within the demand of recent equipment’s and development, proportion of thermal energy conjointly arises, that have arisen the amount of carbon emission. Gujarat government has enacted numerous programmes and policies for the event of renewable resources that is connected with environmental hazard. Here, the research worker had analyzed numerous policies and programme for the renewable sources of energy and its implementation within the state. The research worker has conjointly analyzed the impact of assorted programme and policies on environmental hazard and conjointly its connection with environmental policies of the Indian government. During this paper, the inexperienced passageway project of Indian government and numerous comes for the climate changes also are mentioned. Might Gujarat government cut back the amount of carbon emission and utilization of renewable resources is that the main objective of this paper. Here, the researcher has used secondary information and tabulation technique for analysis for the year 2010 to 2020-21.
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