Availability and access to energy are considered as catalysts for economic growth. India is the fifth largest producer and consumer of electricity in the world after US, China, Japan and Russia. Electricity production in India (excluding captive generation) stood at 877 billion units (bu) in 2011-12.
Energy is required for economic process, for raising the standard of life and for increasing opportunities for development. Some 600 million Indians don`t have access to electricity and regarding 700 million Indians use biomass as their primary energy resource for preparation. Making certain life line offer of unpolluted energy to any or all is important for nurturing comprehensive growth, meeting the millennium development goals and raising India`s human development index that compares poorly with many countries that square measure presently below India`s level of development.
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