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Vol. 8, Issue 12, Part A (2022)

Carbon dioxide prevented by Rohtak division after the installation of Solar Rooftop panels

Carbon dioxide prevented by Rohtak division after the installation of Solar Rooftop panels

Author(s)
Mahima Sangwan and Mehtab Singh
Abstract
The non-renewable resources are not only depleting but are also a major cause of concern because of the pollution and climate changing happening due to them. Hence, it becomes important for India to participate in the growing opportunities and necessities of the world to substitute its type of energy usage. Out of all such clean renewable energy sources, solar energy sounds the most favourable and long lasting for India. Although, it looks a lot less on the ground level, the amount of kW sanctioned to households and institutes and social sector, but together they make a huge difference. The decentralisation of electricity not only makes one more self-reliant but ensures the reduction in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere occurring because of burning of fossil fuels, particularly coal for electricity generation. This paper deals with the amount of carbon dioxide which has been prevented from release in the atmosphere because of the adoption of solar rooftop panels. The role which different sectors have played in slowing climate change, however small, will encourage authorities as well as end users to shift to solar energy for bigger and better results. The amount released in the atmosphere every year makes it even more important to control carbon dioxide emissions but it needs to be balanced with the energy needs of the concerned region which is going to rise in the coming years with development. Rohtak division of Haryana is one of the most populated, urbanised and close to Delhi, NCR region and it can show us the future potential of the solar rooftop panels in reducing carbon dioxide emissions.
Pages: 32-37  |  421 Views  88 Downloads


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How to cite this article:
Mahima Sangwan, Mehtab Singh. Carbon dioxide prevented by Rohtak division after the installation of Solar Rooftop panels. Int J Appl Res 2022;8(12):32-37. DOI: 10.22271/allresearch.2022.v8.i12a.10363
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