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|Title:||IMPACT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY IN DESERT DISTRICT OF RAJASTHAN|
|Keywords:||ALTERNATE HYDRO ENERGY CENTRE;RENEWABLE ENERGY;DESERT DISTRICT RAJASTHAN;RAPID IMPACT ASSESSMENT MATRIX|
|Abstract:||Renewable energy sources have a large potential to contribute to the sustainable development of specific territories by providing them with a wide variety of socio-economic and environmental benefits. The present time puts much emphasis on the environmental benefits (including the reduction of global and local pollutants), while socio-economic impacts have not received a comparable attention. These include diversification of energy supply, enhanced regional and rural development opportunities, creation of a domestic industry and employment opportunities.. With the exception of the diversification and security of energy supply, these benefits have usually been mentioned, but their analysis has been too general and a focus on the regional and, even more so, the local level, has been lacking. At most, studies provide scattered evidence of some of those regional and local benefits, but without an integrated conceptual framework to analyse them. The dissertation project "Impact of Renewable Energy in Desert District of Rajasthan" aims to impact assessment in the environmental impact assessment in two district of Rajasthan, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. Carbon emission reduction calculation using the resources available for the generation of and data collected commencing the site visit is processed out in effective manner for impact assessment has been enclosed in this dissertation thesis. The existing renewable energy projects of solar and wind power generation is a step toward the green energy production. The impact assessment is done with the help of Rapid Impact Assessment Matrix and Network Method. Rapid Impact Assessment Matrix is a quantities approach and Network Method is a qualitative approach. RIAM is less time consuming whereas Network Method is a qualitative approach and lengthy and expensive too.|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Sharma, M. P.|
Singhal, M. K.
|Appears in Collections:||MASTERS' THESES (HRED)|
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