Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Renewable-Energy-Light-Paintings-in-New-Delhi-27MZIFJWMH7PS.htmlConceptually similarRenewable Energy Light Paintings in New DelhiGP0STSLUHCompleted★★★★Renewable Energy Light Paintings in New DelhiGP0STSLUICompleted★★★★★★Renewable Energy Light Paintings in New DelhiGP0STSLUJCompleted★★★★Renewable Energy Light Paintings in New DelhiGP0STSLUCCompleted★★★★Villages Near the Mining Areas in IndiaGP03JJECompleted★★★★Renewable Energy Light Paintings in New DelhiGP0STSLTJCompleted★★★★★★Renewable Energy Light Paintings in New DelhiGP0STSLTKCompleted★★★★★★Solar Powered Street Light in Dharnai Village in IndiaGP0STOH2MCompleted★★★★Greenpeace Activists protest outside Delhi Power Minister's residenceGP04L9FCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STSLUBRenewable Energy Light Paintings in New DelhiKUSUM (Kisan Urja Suraksha Evam Utthaan Mahaabhiyan) is a government scheme which aims to incentivise farmers to run solar water pumps and use barren land for generating solar power to have extra income.Shockingly, KUSUM scheme is still due to be implemented for months because of sheer lack of fund allocation by the government’s Ministry of Finance.Once installed, solar water pumps do not have recurring costs of electricity or fuel. In addition, it will help farmers generate additional income by selling extra energy back to the electricity board. In areas where access to electricity is intermittent or diesel is unavailable, solar pumps prove to be a boon by providing all-day hassle-free clean energy access.Locations:Asia-India-New DelhiDate:11 Oct, 2018Credit:© Greenpeace / Sajan PonappaMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Arch monuments-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-KWCI (GPI)-Light-painting actions-Night-Outdoors-Renewable energy-Solar energyShoot:Renewable Energy Light Paintings in New DelhiTo ensure India meets its ambitious 100 GW installed solar targets by 2022, focusing on various decentralized renewable energy solutions is crucial. Meanwhile, it will also pave way for an energy future that is both sustainable and people-powered.These images were created using a light painting tool called the Pixel Stick, which uses a series of 200 RGB LED's arranged vertically inside of an enclosure. When a photo is shot in long exposure, the Pixel Stick creates stunning messages and graphics in thin air!