The nuclear disaster in Fukushima has caused many nations to reconsider their energy policies. The Indo-US nuclear deal that India boasted about until a year back now seems less relevant, as the prospect of having a nuclear plant in the vicinity is likely to trigger protests. The nuclear project plans in India suddenly seem to have become comatose.
With the nuclear plans on hold and thermal power primarily controlled by government. Renewable energy investments which earlier seen only as tax saving measure by the rich, now seem to lure more and more investors for the returns it is promising.
There is need for clean energy companies to take on a greater role in filling the energy deficit in the country. Read more @ http://blog.valuenotes.biz/winds-of-change