Review on Non-Conventional Energy Resources in India

Mohammad Miyan, M. K. Shukla


sources of energy that are exhaustible and being made unceasingly in nature are known as nonconventional energy or renewable sources of energy. The standard sources embrace the fossil fuels i.e., coal, oil and gas, sorts of atomic energy i.e., Uranium, whereas the nonconventional sources like daylight, wind, rain, tides, and energy heat, that are renewable. Since the event and progress of grouping are closely associated with energy sources, several countries throughout the globe have engaged themselves in looking and developing non-conventional energy sources that may be terribly essential to sustain the life cycle of person. The consumption of energy is directly proportional to the progress of the grouping. With ever growing population, improvement within the living commonplace of the mankind, industrialization of developing countries, the world demand for energy is anticipated to extend considerably within the close to future. The energy crisis that began in 1973 caused oil provides to decrease and costs to rise usuriously. This crisis forced developing countries to cut back or hold over necessary development programs, so that they may purchase oil to stay their economies operational. It created the imperative necessity to seek out and develop energy sources, like different fossil fuels i.e., coal, gas, atomic energy, and renewable energy resources. Our country, Republic of India has additionally taken sure initiatives during this read. In this paper, a review based mostly study has been given concerning numerous non-conventional energy sources and their current standing and usage in India.


Bio mass fuel, Renewable energy,Solar energy, Tidal energy, Wind energy.

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