A Study of Decision Support System on Renewable Energy | Original Article
The aim of this paper is to provide renewable energy sources with the future of the energy industry, and it is through supportive and extensive legislation covering all possible aspects of the energy sector that these revolutions should be regulated. The government's decision to expand its consumption of renewable energy should be effectively implemented. In this study, the existing renewable energy legislation and regulations mechanism in India is analyzed and the barriers and challenges to the renewable energy industry are examined. A benchmark study of the best policies and legislations for renewable energies adopted by different countries is therefore included in this thesis, which will help shape India's effective policy. In addition, there is no single comprehensive renewable energy policy statement in the country. Policies were developed to support the growth of specific technologies in the field of renewable energy. The renewable energy sector development plans formulated in the past do not correspond to current policies and initiatives. Whereas the Renewable Energy capacity increase of MNRE is not sufficient to meet the RE Generation Objective, which is mandated under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) (NAPCC).