代写论文-印度政府和太阳能计划。印度的政府已经扩大了太阳能计划，目标是1亿千瓦的太阳能发电能力，以及1000亿美元的投资基金。这是与直接安装在屋顶太阳能的40吉瓦一起规划的。该太阳能计划是与行业专家一起制定的，将于2022年实施(Spratt et al.， 2014)。关于2022年的规划包括另一个在农村地区达到2000万盏太阳能灯的数量，这将使农村地区标准化发展。据了解，印度政府计划在2022年之前将太阳能整合为主要的能源。印度还计划通过利用运河、水库、湖泊和盐湖的水面面积，来有效利用印度的土地资源，并将其用于建设大容量的太阳能发电厂。
The government of India has expended the plans for solar energy with the target of 100 GW solar capacities along with the US $100 billion funds for the investment. This has been planned along with the 40 GW of installation directly on the rooftop solar. This solar plan has been devised in conjunction with the industry experts to be implemented by the year of 2022 (Spratt et al., 2014). The plan concerning the 2022 comprises of another reaching the amount of twenty million solar lamps across the rural region which will bring the rural regions at the standardized development.
It is considered that the government of India is planning to integrate the solar energy as the integral and primary source of energy by the year of 2022. There are further plans to effectively use the land resource of India through using the water surface area present on the canals, reservoirs, lakes and sear for situating the solar power plants with large capacity. The solar panels installed on the water bodies will be cleaned through the water available beneath. The highways and railways will also be utilized for eliminating the high land related costs surrounding the load centers along with minimizing the cost of transmission line; the solar power plants will be installed at the height of 10 meters on the rail tracks and roads (Chaudhary et al., 2015). This will provide with in-motion charging to the electric vehicles in order to lower the costs of the fuel. Further reduction of the cost related to the deployment of solar technology is continual because of which increasing number of families and individuals are attracted to the small solar units for the household use. The projected reductions of the cost for photovoltaics will provide with the increased opportunity for the public to deploy the solar panels.
It is further considered that as India is a densely populated region situated in the sunny tropical belt, the both components can be leveraged for high exposure of sun rays and increased potential of the customer density (Devabhaktuni et al., 2013). The projections have been identified that India can make solar energy as the backbone of the national economy by the next decade. This will provide meeting the long term carbon emission targets along with ensuring that the potential of economic growth is not deteriorated.
Another surprising finding is made as the solar energy technologies such as the solar hot water, concentrated solar power as well as photovoltaics can provide majority of the nation’s energy by the year of 2030 and it will subsequently contribute in limiting the climate change and result in the de-carbonized national economy of India (Kalogirou, 2013). Major advancements can be seen across the globe with the help of solar energy, not only the cars and trains but also airplanes are being developed that can run on the solar energy. There have been recent demonstrations of the solar electric aircrafts have provided with the direction of future developments wherein the solar energy becomes the basis of transportation and major systems.