wind ENERGY MOKLA
Clean energy from wind power
The project activity is primarily aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions through the use of renewable energy technology to generate electrical energy. The electricity generated from the project activity will replace the equivalent electricity generation in grid-connected power plants. The project activity will reduce the anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions associated with the corresponding amount of electricity from the grid-connected power plants based on fossil fuels.
The project activity should lead to the alleviation of poverty by creating additional jobs, eliminating social inequalities and contributing to the provision of basic services for people, which leads to an improvement in the quality of life of people. The project activity leads to more jobs in the region during the construction and operation of the project.
The project activity should bring additional investments that meet people's needs. The project activity leads to more employment in the second labor market for suppliers and craftsmen. to additional business for equipment suppliers, in addition, the project leads to additional investments
Climate protection taken seriously - with its own coal exit law
According to the Climate Protection Index 2017 (Germanwatch), India is ranked number nine places overall (!) In Germany in the international climate protection ranking.
And although India is one of the top ten emitters of carbon due to its 1.3 billion population, its per capita emissions are still at a relatively low level. Nevertheless, the country's emissions are currently rising rapidly. Although about 25 percent of the rising energy consumption is covered by renewable energies, there is still enough room for improvement.
India's government wants to quadruple the share of renewable energies by 2022. Electricity from solar collectors is already the cheapest source of electricity in India today. By 2026, all coal power plants are to be abolished. In 58 developing countries, including India, electricity from wind and sun is already cheaper than electricity from fossil fuels. (Bloomberg)
With our climate protection projects from India, we support the climate protection efforts of the central government, which has been playing a pioneering role for years now compared to Germany. Germany, as alleged climate protection pioneer subsidizes today, and probably the next decades, the brown coal electricity generation with billions of taxpayer money. credit slider above: flickr Rajarshi Mitra