- Generation of green and clean energy through use of renewable energy sources
- Gujarat gave a new direction to the nation by making new experiments and efforts
- An initiative was taken on Republic Day to preserve this initiative
Gujarat is working to give a new direction to the nation by constantly making new experiments and efforts. In keeping with this initiative, the Republic Day National Parade to be held on January 26, 2023 at ‘Kartavyapath’, New Delhi, will feature an overview covering the theme Gujarat “Clean-Green Energized Gujarat”. Which will give a message to the country and the world to become self-sufficient by creating green and clean energy using renewable energy sources.
The entire world today is facing a crisis of conventional energy sources. These sources are gradually depleting, on the other hand, pollution due to these energy sources is increasing the temperature of the whole earth, due to which many countries of the world are facing natural disasters like floods, landslides, tsunamis, earthquakes due to “climate change”. , which has been seriously concerned by the United Nations Climate Change Conference or Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC this year.
To counter this adverse situation, to keep the Earth’s atmosphere clean and green and to achieve the goals of Affordable and Clean Energy of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), Gujarat has taken the lead in using renewable and non-conventional energy resources. In the year 2009, Gujarat created a separate department of “Climate Change” and started various projects managed by non-conventional energy sources: wind energy, solar energy, biological energy, hydro power. Today, Gujarat is the leader in the production of non-conventional energy in the country.
The first part of the overview presented is a demonstration of the world’s largest hybrid (solar and wind) renewable energy park taking shape at Khawda in Kutch, Gujarat. Depicts a happy bride in Kutch attire symbolically holding the sun and wind, the inexhaustible source of non-conventional energy. It is worth mentioning here that the first solar park of the state has been operating since 2011 in Charanka village of Patan district of Gujarat!
While in the background of the tableau, the famous Sun Temple of Gujarat is located; That Modhera village has become the country’s first village to get 24×7 solar energy through BESS (Battery Energy Storage System). Recently, United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres visited Modhera, which has become self-sufficient with solar energy, and highly praised the work of Gujarat.
Along with this PM KUSUM (Pradhan Mantri Kisan Urja Suraksha evam Utthan Mahabhiyan) project through solar rooftop irrigation in agriculture, canal rooftop power generation, clean-green energy generation from wind-solar energy among other assets, self-reliance in this sector and economic gains in the state have been shown to the pleasant energy revolution. has been done. Apart from this, many attractions including the white desert of Kutch, traditional habitat Bhunga, rural Kutch women leading desert vehicle camels dressed in Kutch attire along with wind farms and solar panels are presented in this overview.
Information and Broadcasting Secretary Avantikasingh Aulakh, Director Information RK Mehta, Additional Director Arvind Patel, Pankajbhai Modi and Deputy Director Information Sanjay Kachot are contributing in the preparation of this table presented by the Information Department of the Government of Gujarat. The overview is being produced by Siddeshwar Kanuga of Smart Graph Art Advertising Pvt Ltd.
Through this overview, an effective message has been given that Gujarat, bright with non-conventional energy sources and economically leading, is becoming a world leader by using Net Zero Emission and Affordable and Clean Energy.