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This book is for practising power engineers and postgraduate students and researchers in Green Energy Technology and has been produced as a blend of theory and practice on the subject. The book covers various dimensions of sustainable power development through Green Power Technologies as a key to energy security and environmental sustainability for Indian power sector. Strategies for 12th Five-Year Plan and Vision for 13th Plan and beyond has been put forward for providing a wider horizon to the researchers for understanding national perspective. This book basically deals with the transition of conventional power to the Green mega power – an inevitable change for combating the climate change. An important aspect of next generation Green Technology option, the carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) has been discussed with Indian perspective. Low carbon technology vision for India together with strategies, challenges and opportunities in Green Power for energy security, environmental sustainability may provide the readers an opportunity for course- correction in their line of thinking in Green Energy technology.
1. Executive Summary: Energy Security and Environmental Sustainability 2. Sustainable Power Development Through Clean Coal Technologies 3. Major Issues, Strategies for ‘Energy and Power’ for 12th Five-Year Plan and Vision for 13th Plan and Beyond 4. Carbon Capture and Sequestration: A Front-line Technique for Combating Climate Change 5. Large Scale CO2 Capture and Sequestration Plant and Supercritical and IGCC Demonstration Plants: A Feasibility Study on Next Gen Technologies in Green Power 6. Concluding Remarks on Efforts in Energy Sector for Environmental Sustainability and Application Aspects of CCS 7. Low Carbon Technology Vision for India 8. Strategies, Challenges and Opportunities: Green Power for Energy Security Environmental Sustainability Appendix I: Renewable Energy (RE) Sector-specific Implementation Plan as per MNRE Appendix II: Recommendations for the Generation Sector Index.
Vinod Krishna Sethi :- Dr. Vinod Krishna Sethi is a retired Power Engineer of CEA/MOP, Govt. of India and Ex. Director of University Institute of RGPV, the state technological university of M.P. He has over 28 years experience in nuclear, thermal and renewable energy power production in various capacities and has worked as head of the consultancy team for over fourteen years at Anpara Super Thermal Power Station in the Singrauli region. As academician at the Professor level he has taught for over 15 years at RGPV and Center of Energy Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad.
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