This study will aim to develop a framework for evaluating the need of renewable energy in the developing countries. Globalization has led to the rapid development of the developing countries. This has significantly increased the need of energy in the country and the recent trend in the market shows that there will be 1.6% increase in the energy requirement in the country (Kumar et al., 2017). Moreover, there is rapid depletion in the natural energy resources so effective development of renewable energy resources is necessary for mitigating the increasing the demand. Even though, these developing countries are rich in resources mitigating the needs of billions of people in developing countries is tough and at the same time the global world is trying to make a transition to systems that are low on carbon. These challenges will have to addressed on an urgent basis as alleviating poverty in such countries is more essential than developing energy resources that affordable, reliable and socially acceptable (Iddrisu and Bhattacharyya, 2015). The second challenge faced by the developing countries s the increase in the emission of harmful environmental gases which is contaminating the corresponding environment. These factors are contributing to the drastic change in the climatic conditions and the poor air quality which is putting not only the environment at risk but also the population living in such conditions.
The four broad trends have impacted the global market, various studies show that there is transition from the traditional form of energy resources to commercially formed energy resources. The improvement in technology has developed systems that are steady and have high level of efficiency. However, the growth in technology and efficient resources is not at par with the rise in demand of the energy resources. Therefore, increasing the use of renewable energy sources in developing countries is a major factor in improving the quality of life of the general population in such countries. Therefore, the study has addressed this issue to develop a framework which can measure and evaluate the energy consumption in developing countries in order to identify their needs and the current level of production.
The framework is nothing but a tool kit which will help the developing countries in reaching their required renewable energy consumption resources. The study will evaluate the existing tool kits and frameworks mitigating the renewable energy resources. The development of tool kits is common phenomenon and it has been going on for the past decade to support the requirements. The study will collect secondary data from peer reviewed journals, articles and web articles to develop relevant findings for the study.
The study will evaluate the existing conditions of renewable energy requirements in developing countries along with the new requirements of energy. The existing frameworks will be evaluated to identify the loopholes and issues in them so that a new effective framework can be developed for supporting the energy requirements in the developing countries.
- To evaluate the current renewable energy frameworks in the developing countries
- To identify the drawbacks in the current renewable energy frameworks in the developing countries
- To identify the factors that has to be incorporated into the new framework of renewable energy evaluation
- To recommend suitable framework for evaluating the renewable energy resources in developing countries
- What are the current renewable energy frameworks in the developing countries?
- What are the drawbacks in the current renewable energy frameworks in the developing countries?
- What are the factors that have to be incorporated into the new framework of renewable energy evaluation?
Iddrisu, I. and Bhattacharyya, S.C., 2015. Sustainable Energy Development Index Management: A multi-dimensional indicator for measuring sustainable energy development. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 50, pp.513-530.
Kumar, A., Sah, B., Singh, A. R., Deng, Y., He, X., Kumar, P., & Bansal, R. C. (2017). A review of multi criteria decision making (MCDM) towards sustainable renewable energy development. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 69, 596-609.