In order to promote renewable energy in the country, there is a need for long-term policy interventions, attracting investments, providing financing mechanisms and developing innovative technologies, besides others.
Ratnesh Kashyap, Chairman of the CII’s Rajasthan State Council pointed out this at the 4th national conference on green buildings & renewable energy jointly organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry, Indian Green Building Council and the Rajasthan government.
He said the building sector accounted for 30-40 per cent of global Greenhouse Gases (GHG) emissions. According to Prashant Kapoor, Principal Industry Specialist (Green Buildings) at the International Finance Corporation, carbon-dioxide and GHG were the main causes for climate change.
Speaking at the event, Rajasthan Governor Margaret Alva said the state was set to play a major role in solar and renewable energy. She said Rajasthan is a national leader in solar energy and under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission, a majority of the solar projects are located in Rajasthan.
In wind energy, India is globally positioned at number 5, generating 11,000 mw after the US, Germany, China and Spain, she said.
It may be noted that the central government introduced the solar mission in 2010 with an ambitious target of deploying 20,000 mw of grid connected power by 2022.
The event was attended by over 200 delegates and addressed by 15 experts from across the country.
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