Green Norms for Wind Power

Report

Title: Green Norms for Wind Power
Publication Date:
January 01, 2013
Pages: 36

Document Access

Website: External Link
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Citation

Bhushan, C.; Hamberg, J.; Kumar A. (2013). Green Norms for Wind Power. Report by Centre for Science and Environment. pp 36.
Abstract: 

The use of wind power in India has been gaining importance with rapid installation in the last few years. The 12th five year plan targets to add 15,000 MW. However, most of the new wind farms are coming up in forest areas as these areas are easy to acquire, without the requirement of any environment impact assessment. The wind power sector need effective environmental norms to make it actually green.

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