- Apr 19, 2021 10:15 am GMTApr 17, 2021 2:26 pm GMT
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Wind Energy Targets 60 or 140, Faster Ramping Up Would Be The Essence - dg discourse
In my 24 years long wind energy career, I haven't seen such a worst time ever. The last success came in 2017 and, after that, it is only waiting for a brighter tomorrow.
Our country is the third biggest carbon emitter across the world. And with that, it has an ambitious commitment to contribute to the global initiative to control climate change.
The world wants to restrict the global temperature rise within 2 deg. C (preferably below 1.5 deg. C) from pre-industrial era level. Wind energy as a part of renewable energy resources has a significant role to play in this endeavour.
The Wind Energy sector in India is not growing for the last couple of years. The consequence could be the failure in target attainment promised in Paris Climate Summit and also losing the opportunity to become the global manufacturing hub. Would it be possible for India to turn around?
India needs to wake up and run to streamline all existing and potential hurdles coming in the way of wind energy growth. It requires time to develop skilled people to produce world-class wind turbines. Present team size in the country is not sufficient to take care of the 'growth' demand. Therefore, the induction of new people from nonwind sectors and train them for the wind energy sector is obvious and it needs to be started now.
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