January 29, 2015
Republic of India
is home to 1.2 billion
people that live on 3.2 million square kilometers of land.
India is a federation that is composed of twenty-nine states and seven union
people speak Hindu and English. The India has the largest democracy in the
World, the World’s third largest military, a centralized banking system, and
common currency for conducting international commerce.
would develop a Modernization Plan that modeled after
China's Modernization Plan to bring over 300 million people
living in poverty into the 21st century. The key areas of the plan are
energy, transportation, buildings & homes, water, and public services.
Modernization Plan would be team effort.
non-for-profit organizations, and academia leaders would be invited to India
to help build cities, schools, and factories for manufacturing consumer and
industrial produces in India rather than sell their natural resources to
would need 300 Clean Power Plants that can generate electricity,
make petrochemicals from
coal, biomass, & oil, manufacture consumer & industrial products, desalt
seawater for domestic drinking water and irrigating crops, and split water
directly into hydrogen & oxygen for industrial applications.Each
power plant would generate 10 billion kilowatt hours of electricity per
clean plants would generate 3 trillion kilowatt hours (3,000 Terawatt-hours)
of electricity to meet the India's energy needs and eliminate the severe
electricity shortages and rolling blackouts. At ten cents per kilowatt-hour,
the revenues would be $300 billion per year.
electric generating capacity
would increase from 250 billion kilowatt hours to over 3.25 trillion
kilowatt hours or twelve times more electricity than is producing today.
exporting natural resources, India would make consumer products. Coal, oil,
and biomass are turned into petrochemicals for making consumers and
industrial products rather than burning them and destroying Earth's
environment. Carbon dioxide emissions would be reduced to less than one
metric ton per person.
India's Modernization Plan would bring over 300 million people into the 21st
century. If government, academia, and
business leaders work together, India’s Economy grows from $2.0
trillion to over $8 trillion. However, the real benefits come from taking
millions of people out of poverty, providing them the opportunity to have a
world-class education, and empowering them to fulfill their dreams.