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Sandeep ppt

Sandeep ppt



about non conventional &alternative source of energy

about non conventional &alternative source of energy



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    • Solar power
      • Solar power is a viable alternative to fossil fuels and some alternative energy sources, as it gives off no carbon dioxide waste and uses the natural energy from our sun to generate electricity. After the lifetime of the panel, the materials that were used to make it could be recycled as no material is used in the energy generating process. There is also a lot of room for solar power to be used in the development of 3rd world economies, as it is extremely cost effective in the long run
    • Solar Energy
    • Wind power
      • Wind power is when we covert the power of the wind, physical energy, to more useful types of energy. The most common type of energy it is converted to is electricity.
      • A wind farm is a large area of land on which there are a number of wind turbines generating electricity, as a power plant does. When creating a wind farm one must make sure that the spacing between the turbine is sufficient as not to cause energy/wind loss.
    • Wind power
    • Nuclear power
      • Nuclear power is an alternative power source that uses the nuclear fission of uranium to create heat and, thereby, through a heat transfer mechanism and turbines, create electricity.
      • Hydro power is the process of changing the kinetic energy of flowing water in a river into electrical power that we can use.
    • Tidal Power
      • Tidal Power is the generation of electrical power through the harnessing of the ebb and flow of the tides.
      • · It is very cheap to maintain · There is no waste or pollution · Very reliable · We can predict when tides will be in or out · The barrage can help to reduce the damage of very high tidal surges or storms on   the land
    • Tidal Power
      • In the developed world biomass is becoming more important for dual applications such as heat and power generation.
      • Biomass is a clean renewable energy resource derived from the waste of various human and natural activities. It excludes organic material which has been transformed by geological processes into substances such as coal or petroleum.
      Biomass Energy
    • Biomass Energy