• Unleashing A Chapter Of Convention And Non-Convention
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    Unleashing A Chapter Of Convention And Non-Convention

    When energy solutions are considered, it's considered with India's power sector is considered as India's power sector is one of the most varied power sectors in the world. The sources of power generation start from conventional sources like coal, lignite, natural gas, oil, hydro and nuclear power and end with non-conventional sources like wind, solar, and agriculture. The non-conventional part also includes domestic waste. On November 31st, 2020, the National Electric Grid in India installed a capacity of 374.2GW. Renewable power plants include large hydroelectric plants. It constitutes about 36.17 percent of India's total installed capacity. In the previous year, in December 2019, India had deployed a total of 84GW of grid-connected renewable electricity capacity. In comparison to...


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