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Solar Energy units to be soon installed in all Government Buildings

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India imports 85% of its energy needs be it oil, be it gas, be it coal and you can imagine the amount of foreign currency we have to dish out and if we can save this currency our villages would be better, our healthcare would be better ,our education would be better and our irrigation facilities would be better. We would be far advanced but constraints come when we have to spend so much for the energy.

Man has destroyed the earth and its climatic conditions by his own mistakes to such a level that many of the nations will probably disappear as the water of the sea will rise. We are trying to make amends for the future generations to come and we hope to succeed by these technologies of trying to balance the environment and solar energy plays a major role in this. This year on January 11, that Prime Minister announced National Jawahar Lal Nehru Solar Mission. We are determined that we must use the energy that is around us for the betterment of the people and in solar energy, it was decided that 20, 000 megawatts should be produced by 2022.

The first phase, which is the most critical, of three years we must go to 1100 Megawatts of connectivity power and 200 Megawatts which is individual power. Nearly 40% of our people have not seen the bulb, they do not know what electricity is all about, and therefore it’s a big task. India has done tremendously good as far as photovoltaic is concerned. You have right here in Noida two large companies which produce solar panels but 85% of these panels are exported. We are not able to use them because they are expensive. The first and foremost important thing is to bring down the cost of these panels and then, to manufacture them in India. Indianization of the solar energy sector is very important.

I have made this clear to the industries in this sector that I am not against them making money but that money is not only to be used by them, part of it should be used to make this industry grow, in R&D and in Human Resource Development because then only India will advance. It is not only the question of making money, the question is that the technology must be so good that at the end of the day, the man who is using it says yes that I have got something that is really good. Otherwise, what is the use of a panel which will work for 10 days and eleventh day it will be gone, people will lose faith in this energy.

We are electrifying villages by giving them panels and they have two lights and we hope in some years we will be able to increase the size of the panel so that they can use a television set in their home, they can use a fan in their home so that more and more improvements can take place. We will give some grants to the institutes to undertake fundamental research in this area.

Mutual Cooperation is very important between nations. I am disappointed from Copenhagen Summit, it did not come up to my expectations. We need easy technology transfer between countries. We should talk less and have easy access to scientists and ideas of other countries.I will request Dr. Chauhan to send your students from the Renewable Energy Institute to R- Park in Gurgaon which is run by Ministry, you will see there what research has been done by the Government of India itself. Amity University should promote the use of solar energy in its hostels and all its institutions. We need people, engineers, Human Resources in this area and Amity will provide us the same”

said Dr. Farooq Abdullah, Hon’ble Union Minister for New & Renewable Energy, Government of India while addressing the distinguished gathering during the valediction of two day Indo-Australian Solar Energy Workshop at Amity

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