According to a report by Energy World Network on January 14, according to a recent report by the International Energy Agency, the proportion of renewable energy in power generation has been stable over the past decade as electricity consumption has increased. About 16%.
According to a report titled "India's Energy Policy Review 2020", the share of renewable energy in the Indian energy system has been declining for decades, but in terms of power generation, the rapid growth of renewable energy has kept up growth of.
According to the report, India's traditional use of biomass for home heating and cooking is by far India's largest source of renewable energy. It added that for decades, bioenergy consumption has grown steadily with population growth, although at a slower rate than the overall energy supply.
This is why, over time, the share of renewable energy in total primary energy supply (TPES) has declined, despite the recent increase in renewable energy sources for hydro, wind and solar photovoltaics.
In India, bioenergy and waste dominate the supply of renewable energy.
The report adds that India continues to promote cleaner cooking and off-grid electrification solutions, including a shift to cooking and charging batteries using solar photovoltaic power.