India to depend on renewable sources to meet energy
Apr 09, 2007 - Asia Pulse Data Source
will be dependent on renewable sources such as solar,
hydro and biofuels to meet 50 per cent of its energy
requirements by 2050.
Through the use efficiency measures
the country will also be able to reduce 50 per cent
of its energy consumption.
In an outlook commissioned by Greenpeace
and European Renewable Energy Council and assembled
by German research firm DLR institute of technical
thermodynamics, it was revealed that developing countries
like China, India, Brazil and South America need to
play a key role in combating climate change.
"Assuming an average growth of 3.9 per
cent for the following decades, a blueprint has been
developed that reduces co2 emissions by four per cent,
thus decoupling economic growth and fossil fuel consumption,"
the outlook said.
Zee News Posted on Tuesday, April 10
@ 05:07:56 EDT by waegari