Challenges and Way Forward Of Renewables In Developing Energy Economy: Today And Tomorrow

  IJETT-book-cover  International Journal of Recent Engineering Science (IJRES)          
  
© 2020 by IJRES Journal
Volume-7 Issue-4
Year of Publication : 2020
Authors : Omorogiuwa Eseosa, Adesaanu Eunice Ejiroro
  10.14445/23497157/IJRES-V7I4P103

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MLA Style: Omorogiuwa Eseosa, Adesaanu Eunice Ejiroro  "Challenges and Way Forward Of Renewables In Developing Energy Economy: Today And Tomorrow" International Journal of Recent Engineering Science 7.4(2020):14-19. 

APA Style: Omorogiuwa Eseosa, Adesaanu Eunice Ejiroro. Challenges and Way Forward Of Renewables In Developing Energy Economy: Today And Tomorrow  International Journal of Recent Engineering Science, 7(4),14-19.

Abstract
With the rapid increase in population growth, the rate of utilization of fossil fuels in developing nations is becoming a severe source of danger to both humans and the environment because it emitted Greenhouse Gas emission (GHGE) and pollution to the ground. This paper aims to investigate and analyze the challenges faced by developing nations in utilizing the available abundant renewable energy present almost around the clock. These range from high initial acquisition and installation cost, non or little presence of government policies towards utilization, poor stakeholders interest in renewable energy utilization promotion or implementation of renewable energy sources, power consumer/individual awareness of its benefits both to lives and the environment, myth and belief by some heliolatry worshippers, untrained/inadequate workforce, poor or inadequate research renewable energy institutes, falsifications as well as importation of substandard products, very poor data mapping of renewable energy potentials among others. The way out of these challenges was also discussed as the significant interest it took to preserve greenhouse gas emissions and achieve the overall industrialization goal of any nation by utilizing all available clean energy sources. In turn, this will solve the problem of high unemployment and improve the overall per capita income. This will be a step in the right direction in ensuring that the gap is gradually getting bridged between the developed and the developing nations.

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Keywords
Developing Nation, Greenhouse Gas Emission, Government, IEA. Renewable energy sources