How NGOs Contributing to world's sustainable development goal-2030 by adopting renewable sources of energy - A Case study of Vadodara based NGOs
Kajal Kumar Dutta, Dr Vandana Talegaonkar
Renewable Energy, Sustainable Development Goal (SDG), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Green House Emission (GHE)
Electricity generation from conventional/ thermal power plants which includes mainly coal, lignite, gas and diesel fuel still dominates in the world’s total electricity generation. In India the installed capacity of Thermal power generation constitutes 61.7 % of total installed capacity, whereas,the installed capacity of renewable sources of powerwhich includes solar, wind, biomass, small hydro (
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 11

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