Wind energy is the cheapest source of electrical energy. Wind turbine technology is available which is technically feasible.
No marketing risks,as the product is Electrical energy.
Wind Energy is considered as an important input for the economic development of any country.This led to a search for environmental friendly renewable Energy sources. Wind mill can be constructed near the load centre. Wind mill can be immediately erected with in one month. It can supply upto 20% of electricity demand.
The Indian wind energy sector has an installed capacity of 14158.00 MW (as on March 31, 2011). In terms of wind power installed capacity, India is ranked 5th in the World. Today India is a major player in the global wind energy market.
The potential is far from exhausted. Indian Wind Energy Association has estimated that with the current level of technology, the ‘on-shore’ potential for utilization of wind energy for electricity generation is of the order of 65,000 MW. The unexploited resource availability has the potential to sustain the growth of wind energy sector in India in the years to come.
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