India wants to be a solar power giant, leading the

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India wants to be a solar power giant and lead the global development of green energy

for centuries, Indian people have worshipped the sun as a God and regarded it as a symbol of health and wealth. Now, this ancient belief has begun to have practical significance. According to the British times on August 3, the Indian government will review the "national solar energy development plan" and announce it recently. The plan puts forward the goal of striving to achieve 200 billion watts of solar power generation by 2050. If it is achieved, India will respond well and take the lead in the global development of green energy

according to the draft plan obtained by the times, India's solar power generation capacity will increase to 20billion Watts by 2020, 100billion Watts by 2030, and 200billion Watts by 2050. Now, the world can only produce 14billion watts of solar energy. Obviously, the scale of solar energy development in India will be one of the largest in the world

in addition, the plan also revealed that major developed countries have set off an upsurge of graphene research. By 2020, the price of solar power in India will be the same as that of electricity generated by other traditional energy sources. In India, the current price of solar power per kilowatt hour is 15 rupees (about 2.1 yuan), while other electricity provided by India's state electricity only costs 3.5 rupees per kilowatt hour. By 2012, the Indian government will require all government office buildings to use solar power; By 2020, the Indian government will also use special funds to encourage 20million Indian households to install solar energy lamps. Scientific and technological innovation has become the key support for improving the overall national strength

in order to achieve the above goals, the Indian government will invest 920 billion rupees in the next 30 years, which will be used to produce solar power generation facilities and install solar power generation devices for families

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will convene a cabinet meeting on the 3rd to decide whether to adopt the "national solar energy development plan". As a populous country, energy shortage has always been a prominent problem faced by India in the process of rapid economic development. India imports 70% of its crude oil and 50% of its natural gas every year. In India, there are intermittent power outages in big cities almost every day, which has become the biggest obstacle to India's economic development

in addition to effectively penetrating glass fiber to ensure the safety of the country's energy structure, the development of solar energy can also greatly reduce India's carbon emissions. Therefore, the plan has been warmly welcomed by green energy advocates, who believe that solar energy is the best energy that India can choose

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