Fossil Energy and Fossil Fuel Information

One of the most widely used renewable sources of energy, its importance is slowly stabilizing in the minds of people and which is exactly why you can see an increase in the number of people considering solar energy in their day-to-day energy needs. It is believed that India will become the 4th largest consumer of renewable sources by 2030, with solar and wind energy projects to attract investments up to $20 billion each year from the coming fiscal until 2018-19, according to the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency. India is also home to Cochin Airport, the world’s first airport to operate fully on solar power! Solar energy requires less maintenance and has no restricted life span whatsoever! It helps in decreasing the existence of harmful gases in the atmosphere and does not contribute to acid rains, global warming, forest destruction and other natural disasters.

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