Imagine living with no lights in the evening and using kerosene and firewood to keep warm. Startlingly, according to statistics published by Wall Street Journal, one-third of the world’s population lives in this manner. The traditional sources of energy are falling short of the demand and there is an immediate need to harness new forms of energy.  In India, for example, due to excessive power is drawn by the northern sector, the entire grid collapsed and 320 million people, about 9% of the world’s population, faced crippling power crisis as grids collapsed in several parts of the country.  This wasn’t the first time, it has happened several times before.

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