Solar energy, a superior evidence of resource usage and upgraded technology has the potential to become the major energy source in the near future. Here arises the prime question that to what extent are the world countries competent of utilizing the ultimate solar power. Even today with huge technological changes no country in the world is able to tap at least 60% of the received energy. If this happens ( if they are able to tap 60%) not even a single industry in the world will face power shortage.
Towards the accomplishment of that goal India is becoming the hot spot for clean energy with investments up to $ 10.2 billion excluding govt’s part and India’s National Solar Mission has a target of 20 GW of solar energy by 2020. 600 MW solar projects committed to the nation and Gujarat is going to establish an Asia’s largest solar park with 214MW power generation capacity. All these major initiatives are taken by India opposing the disastrous climatic changes fulfilling the country’s industry needs at the same time. India stood at the 6th place among G-20 nations in usage and investment in clean energy. Indian govt is also emphasizing on increasing allocations for solar energy production in this five year plan. If the fixed target of production is achieved, that will accomplish India’s half of energy concerns.
State wide funding towards meeting the solar energy leveraged indebtedness is fostering, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat are leading. Central govt adopting distinctive evaluations to sustain its growth momentum. As a whole India is identified in the right path towards achieving the targeted energy generation by 2020.