International Journal For Multidisciplinary Research

E-ISSN: 2582-2160     Impact Factor: 9.24

A Widely Indexed Open Access Peer Reviewed Multidisciplinary Bi-monthly Scholarly International Journal

Call for Paper Volume 6 Issue 3 May-June 2024 Submit your research before last 3 days of June to publish your research paper in the issue of May-June.

India’s Transition Towards Becoming a Carbon Neutral Nation

Author(s) Prince Sharma, Premanshu Pandey, Naveen Shah, Rajesh Kumar
Country India
Abstract The escalating impacts of climate change and the imperative to decarbonize global energy systems have spurred a concerted effort toward exploring and adopting renewable energy technologies. Among all these options, wind energy stands out as a top choice. It has a lot of potential to meet the growing need for energy and help the environment simultaneously. In this study, we comprehensively assess wind energy potential in five key cities across India: Udupi, Kollam, Surat, Visakhapatnam, and Jamnagar. Leveraging two decades of wind data sourced from reputable repositories such as the Iarc Power Project of NASA, we employ rigorous statistical analysis, including the application of the Weibull distribution, to elucidate the probability distribution of wind speeds and assess the viability of wind energy utilization in each city. We have also focused on other ways for decarbonizing India using new and advanced technologies such as Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS), and green hydrogen.
Our analysis extends beyond theoretical considerations to encompass practical dimensions such as infrastructure requirements, cost implications, and technological advancements. Through meticulous evaluation, we aim to provide actionable insights that can inform policy formulation, infrastructure development, and investment strategies aimed at accelerating the adoption of wind energy technologies in India. Our research suggests a solution for implementing and policy framework for CCUS to make it more effective in achieving India’s carbon-neutral goals. We have also discussed green hydrogen its types, cost of implementation, and its current application. By fostering dialogue and collaboration, our research seeks to contribute to the ongoing discourse surrounding renewable energy transitions, facilitating informed decision-making towards a more sustainable energy future.
Keywords Wind Energy, Wind Energy Potential, Weibull Distribution, Wind Power Density, CCUS, Green Hydrogen, Carbon-Neutral,
Field Physics > Energy
Published In Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024
Published On 2024-05-20
Cite This India’s Transition Towards Becoming a Carbon Neutral Nation - Prince Sharma, Premanshu Pandey, Naveen Shah, Rajesh Kumar - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i03.20805
Short DOI

Share this