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India is becoming the world's leading power of solar energy

The World Bank says India is rapidly becoming a major power in the world in terms of solar energy use.
In January, India was able to generate 20 gigawatts of solar energy before 2022, according to the Financial Express newspaper.
The World Bank said it could use sunlight 100 days a year, IRNA reported. To achieve its goal of achieving a capacity of 20 gigawatts of solar energy, the country has built large-scale solar parks.
"In areas where there is not enough land to build solar parks, rooftops have a very good capacity," said Simon Stolp, a World Bank energy expert. Exploiting the market The use of solar energy on the roofs of homes is essential to meet India's huge energy needs.
The World Bank also noted that 40 percent of the 100 gigawatts of solar power to be generated by 2022 will come from installing solar equipment on rooftops.
After taking power in 2014, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has increased the target for solar energy production to 175 gigawatts by 2022.

The states of Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan in 2017 accounted for the largest number of solar equipment installations in India.
India, one of the signatories to the Paris Climate Agreement, has pledged to supply 40 percent of its energy capacity through non-fossil fuels by 2030, as well as 2.5 to 3 gigaton carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Slow down.
The Financial Express newspaper reported that 30 percent of India's energy production is now done using non-fossil fuels, but the country is facing many challenges to achieve this goal, including poor financial security, problems with importing electricity generated at stations. The solar system is facing an orbit and their equipment is uneconomical.
India has said its renewable energy industry could create trade opportunities worth $ 160 billion a decade, making it a very attractive market.
The World Bank has previously announced that it will provide more than $ 1 billion in loans to India for the purpose of developing solar energy.
The German Development Bank has also said it is ready to provide 1 billion euros to India over the next five years to develop solar panels and connect them to low-interest loan energy circuits.
The world's largest solar power plant with a power generation capacity of 648 MW is located in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.