FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN SRILANKAAuthors :• A.J.M.K.C. Aparakka• G.G.P.K. Jayasingha• N.M. Nandasiri
Uncomfortable travelling models Uncomfortable and crowded Less availability of buses Unaffordable bus fare Time waste in traffic jams Air pollution with fuel burn
Solar Power Buses It can be easily implemented for Sri Lanka Subsidiary for fuel Sri Lanka located nearby equator We can have good consistent sunshine annually So Many advantages…
In 1990 requiring regulations on “zero emission” on vehicles Solar vehicles were firstly tested by universities and manufacturers in California Sunpods inc., fully integrated and tested solar power generation systems, and Bauer intelligent transportation made first solar power-assist system for buses Nowadays many countries using solar power buses
These methods use photovoltaic cells(PVC) that directly convert sunlight to electricity. PVCs are the components in solar paneling thatconvert the suns energy to electricity.Theyre made up of semiconductors, usually made of silicon, that absorb the light.
Solar energy is cost effective. Solar energy costs nothing. We can save money which we spend on fuel. Environmentally friendly. Low running cost. Reliability. It works everywhere. Solar energy is secure. Health and safety benefits. Saves time.