India is showing political to develop renewable energy despite and is such as Land regulations as stated by a senior official of the international renewable energy agency. The most important thing is the political will of India which highlights the Indian government’s commitment to achieving its renewable energy targets as a part of its stronger efforts to manage climatic change and to be a world leader in the sector of energy surpassing UAE, Egypt, China, and Japan. According to the latest reports prime minister name Modi has announced at the September the United States climate action Summit that India is increasing its renewable energy target to 450 gigawatts as a part of a stronger Climate Action Plan which will be presented at a target of 175 gigawatts by the year 2022. The current renewable energy will need a huge amount of 110 trillion dollars by 2050 or equal to around 2% of the global GDP of the year as stated by Economic Times. On the other hand likewise the onshore wind and solar panel cost in China was down by 32% and 77% in the year 2018 due to the fluctuations in the economy and the trade war with China and the other countries with this lack of investment China was lagging behind and it was down by 9% and 71% for onshore wind and solar panel in other parts of Asia. The technology introduced by other countries to improve the energy sector has been a great buzz around the world. There are certain implementation as the USD cost of solar panel in India has come down to 79% per kilowatt-hour and 25%, with less cost and with such cutting down of the investment it will be interesting to see India popping up with the changes and paving its way to the renewable energy development.
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- This current scenario of farmers and the wind turbine