2022, VOL. 8 ISSUE 3, PART E
India is a developing country and requires energy sources that can satisfy the energy requirements and generate less carbon as the world is going through a carbon crisis. India is converting itself to a user and producer of Renewable Energy (RE). But on following this road map a lot of barriers are faced by various stakeholders. The idea of ‘One Sun, One World, One Grid’ was addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi who states that 140 countries will be connected through a common grid that will be used to transfer solar power. This mantra ‘The Sun Never Sets’ makes it more important for us to strengthen our renewable energy even more to make better use of it. To solve the barriers, it's important to know about the perspectives of various stakeholders and the barriers they face. In technology implementation, there are various stakeholders involved such as the Government in making standards, laws, and rules, Vendors in providing the technology, and the client itself who is the final consumer of the technology. Considering the same, this paper outlines various barriers commonly faced by stakeholders in implementing renewable energy technologies.