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The author has more than two decades of experience as a journalist, interacting with energy sectors—both conventional as well as non-conventional—in India and the Kingdom of Bahrain. In the eighties, he was the Bahrain Correspondent for ‘Middle East Electricity’ magazine published by Reeds, U.K. He also worked as the Media Manager (India) for Washington, DC-based publication ‘Business Times’ which promotes India’s commercial interests in North America. He was also the editor and publisher of ‘Sun Power’, a quarterly renewable energy magazine.
Currently he is working as the Sub-Editor for a quarterly energy/environment magazine titled ‘energyn manager’ published by The Society of Energy Engineers and Managers from Kerala, India.
There are people in our planet who give more importance to wealth than health. They are the ones who speak in favor of nuclear power taking care of our energy needs because nuclear power is too economical compared to renewable energy sources.
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is a promising technology that could play a major role in the management of worldwide greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) released into the atmosphere -- the largest of which is carbon dioxide (CO2).
Local newspapers, magazines and websites say that India is facing acute energy crunch. They also point out that the main problem rests largely with India's overdependence on coal, as India's coal reserves had shaped all its energy policies.
The 'God Almighty' or 'Mother Nature' had given us an enchanting planet, a planet that had everything in its surface for the humankind to live a happy and peaceful life. Everything that was evil was buried deep beneath the earth so that we are not tempted to see them, touch them or use them.
Most of us favor protecting the environment. We want green grass to grow, clean water to drink, and blue skies to gaze. We want our factories to find ways to get rid of their waste instead of dumping it in the air we breathe or poisoning our drinking water resources.
Many reasons make India a great investment destination for new and renewable energy firms from all over the world, especially the size of its market, its speeding growth, its future potential and its political and economic stability.
According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the world will need almost 60 percent more energy by 2030 than what it had consumed three decades ago, and fossil fuels are expected to meet most of our energy needs. We depend on oil for 90 percent of our transport, food, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and the entire bedrock of modern life.
Story of solar energy begins from the sun, the centre of our solar system, 100 times the diameter of our earth. The Sun is composed mainly of hydrogen. Its energy is generated by nuclear collisions in its interior.