• Saroj Vats Associate Professor, Swami Sahajanand School of Management, Bhavnagar (Gujarat)
Keywords: Renewable energy, Environment, Solar energy


When the first bulb was invented by Edison, the dream was to make people free from holding petrol lamps, to give them a freedom to utilize night, to give players a chance to play in beautiful night with no worries of dawn. Gramjyoti yojna of Government of India also having same motives. India also need not only renewable energy, clean energy but high amount of energy. Still 70,000 villages are living in dark. Villagers and students have to sacrifice nights. Wind, hydro and solar energy are the key to clean renewable energy targets. Indo-china both the countries are fighting for development due to huge population inferences and the competition is neck to neck. launch of prime minister’s ambitious plan of “make in India” is showing glimpse of the courage and dream – solar trains, solar parks, solar lamps etc.., needs appropriate and with full facilities of infrastructure as well and energy as a major production component.. The Jawaharlal Nehru Solar Mission is a major initiative step for encouraging the production of solar energy. The Government of India and the State Governments promoting ecologically sustainable growth through renewable energy. It will help not only in fighting the challenges of climate change as well as helps in enlighten the life of rural India too. The positive possibilities of doing business in India and the growing interest of companies are noticeable in
Business Claimant Survey 2015-16. Changes in the perception of companies in India providing stable, predictable business environment are steps to take. This paper discusses about cost of renewable energy, production technique, establishment knowhow, importance of solar energy (particularly for
India), economic and environmental benefits, issues and prospects of solar energy and Governmental efforts

How to Cite
Saroj Vats. (2020). RENEWABLE ENERGY – A TOOL TO LIGHTEN UP INDIA. Management Insight, 13(2), 68-72. Retrieved from