Planning for India’s energy future requires addressing multiple and simultaneous economic, social and environmental challenges. Each year an estimated 6.5 million deaths are linked to air pollution in all part of the world. Estimated that coming decades the issue will create unbearable disorders in the world. In China, recent signs of energy emissions decline in a consolidated manner. Negatively the energy emissions generally rise in India. This paper proposes a Non-Conventional energy sources like wind energy are identified by International Energy Agency as key element to reduce fossil fuels dependency and helpful tool to combat global warming. The state wise status, different challenges, issues, barriers, Renewable Energy development and policies are discussed.
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