Renewable Energy Asia
Asia is the largest continent on Earth. The main country’s that are a part of it are China, India, Bangladesh, Japan and many other countries. Asia has the most human population and accounts for over half of the entire human population on Earth. Hence, the continent uses a lot of energy to sustain its growth. Though it has been the richest source of fossil fuel due to the high demand for energy, there has been an increasing effort to ensure that there are other options available. The other option to fossil fuels is renewable energy like solar energy, wind energy etc. Though there is an increase in the demand for renewable sources of energy, the downside of the whole process is the exuberant cost of setting up such units. Though the investment shows returns in due course of time, there is still quite a long waiting period for the units to show profits. However, they are the only alternatives to fossil fuels. Many energy manufactures are now combining both sources and looking at beginning to reduce the dependence on fossil fuels and increase the use of renewable sources of energy. This process ensures that though there is a high investment the energy generated from fossil fuels sustains the plant and there can be a gradual switch over to the plant going from being run by dual sources of energy to being completely run through renewable sources.
China is at the moment the forerunner in the production of renewable sources through their vast investments in wind energy plants. It has also earned the reputation of being the largest producer of solar cells and other renewable energy manufacturing parts. China has also made great strides in the production of electric cars to reduce fuel consumption. However, it has only recently begun its establishment of its renewable energy sector it is claimed to be on par with the technology of any European country. In India, the government has established certain guidelines to help promote the increase in production and usage of renewable energy. The government has not only encouraged many companies to set up renewable energy farms but has also created a department to oversee the advancements in both technology and promotion of use of renewable sources of energy. The Indian energy sector has been able to produce at least some amount of its energy through wind harnessing though its capacity to harness more is being looked into.
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