K S SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENTDEPARTMRNT OF MECHANICALENGINEERING
K.S. Group of Institutions, (KSGI) has extended its border of research by gettinginto Research and Consultancy with GOSHAK...
   The first prototype of 10 kW hydraulic-turbine coupled with suitable    generator has been subjected for initial trail...
   Introduction: GRE is involved in providing innovative, affordable    solutions catering to Clean-Tech arena. It is eng...
   Pain Points: Uses Induction Motor Technology for generator    system. It requires lots of water (3 inch pipe & 8 liter...
   Proposed Solution:   Technology:   Generator: Permanent Magnet based (self excited) & Low    RPM. It is highly stabl...
   Exploring Government Subsidy route. 90% or Rs.1,10,000 per system from    MNRE through KREDL. It is one of the major t...
   AHEC: http://ahec.org.in/   MNRE: http://www.mnre.gov.in/   SKDRDP: http://www.skdrdpindia.org/   KS GROUP OF INSTI...
   Develop a low head Pico-Hydro System.   Design & Develop a highly reliable System.   Design & Develop a User Friendl...
 Introduction. System Description. Block Diagram. Installation Details. Applications. Maintenance Details. User Man...
   The proposed system converts energy from moving water into electricity. It    is a simple system which is driven by wa...
   System Description:   Figure 1.0 depicts Pico-Hydro power    generator without storage option. The    system consists...
   Turbine: The turbine is used to convert the energy stored in water into    mechanical energy which is used to drive th...
   Eco Friendly:   Non-Conventional Energy.   Lowest Carbon Footprint.   Indigenous & Home Grown Technology.   Easy t...
   We will provide the complete system solution. We will provide    complete support in the process of Manufacturing, Tra...
   The proposed system is almost maintenance free. Since we have    developed Alternator based on Permanent Magnet, it re...
   Contact us for Research and Consultancy Services.K.S School of Engineering & Management# 15, Mallasandra, Off.Kanakapu...
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K.S. Group of Institutions, (KSGI) has extended its border of research by getting into Research and Consultancy with GOSHAKTHI Renewable Energies, a limited Company, which is grooving into providing a micro hydroelectric power generation solution in the Malnad and other Hilly regions, wherein flowing stream water can be tapped to generate electricity sufficient enough for a couple of houses or a small village.

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RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEM LAB in partnership between KSSEM & GOSHAKTHI RENEWABLE ENERGIES (GRE)

  1. 1. K S SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENTDEPARTMRNT OF MECHANICALENGINEERING
  2. 2. K.S. Group of Institutions, (KSGI) has extended its border of research by gettinginto Research and Consultancy with GOSHAKTHI Renewable Energies, alimited Company, which is grooving into providing a micro hydroelectric powergeneration solution in the Malnad and other Hilly regions, wherein flowingstream water can be tapped to generate electricity sufficient enough for a coupleof houses or a small village. Objectives:• Setting up a certification centre at KSGI to certify the equipmentfabricated/manufactured by Goshakthi Renewable Energies.• Setting up research/consultancy centre at KSGI and carry out joint-research toimprovise the microhydel equipment.• The resulting research output shall be owned by KSGI and Goshakthi jointly. Theintellectual proprietary of output including publication of research papers resulting out ofresearch carried out will be jointly owned by KSGI and Goshakthi.
  3. 3.  The first prototype of 10 kW hydraulic-turbine coupled with suitable generator has been subjected for initial trails. The power generation from the set up shows satisfactory results.Renewable Energy System lab in partnership betweenKSSEM & GOSHAKTI renewable energies (GRE) Introduction. Proposed Business Model. Market Space. Associations. Current Scenario. R&D Challenges. Market Players. Future Potential. Geography. Market Cap. Pain points of Technology & Incubation Centre. Ecosystem. Entrepreneurship Cell. Proposed Solution Technology. Ecosystem.
  4. 4.  Introduction: GRE is involved in providing innovative, affordable solutions catering to Clean-Tech arena. It is engaged in design & manufacturing of renewable energy solutions. Currently the primary focus of the company is to cater to the Pico-Hydro market. It has design & developed Pico-Hydro system. Market Space: There are 2 lakh villages to be electrified. There are 10,000 potential sites within Karnataka & 50,000 locations in North India. Estimated market potential is Rs. 750 crores. Current Scenario: Market Players: Current players are using Induction Motor Technology at a rate of 250 installations per annum. Geography: Current focus is within Western Ghats of Karnataka.
  5. 5.  Pain Points: Uses Induction Motor Technology for generator system. It requires lots of water (3 inch pipe & 8 liters per second) & high Revolutions per Minute (1500 RPM). Hence active period of power generation is 6 months in a year (June to December). Controlling output of Induction Motor output is the key challenge. Less reliable since: Generator: RPM dependant output, High Copper Loss. Controller: Complex to design. Less reliable since it is load dependant. Every seasonal change it must be replaced. Power Loss: High since system always works under full load condition.
  6. 6.  Proposed Solution: Technology: Generator: Permanent Magnet based (self excited) & Low RPM. It is highly stable & reliable. Controller: Simple to design. Power Loss: Minimal since system runs always under minimum load condition. Eco-System: Investor: Innovator: Implementer: Marketing & Sales: After Sales Support:
  7. 7.  Exploring Government Subsidy route. 90% or Rs.1,10,000 per system from MNRE through KREDL. It is one of the major thrust areas in India’s 11th 5 year plan. ◦ Customer pays 10% of the project cost. ◦ Remaining 90% of the project cost will be raised as loan in the customer name with the help of a Financial Institution. ◦ Once the subsidy is released, the loan will be cleared. ◦ Milestones Achieved: i. SIDBI is ready to give Line of Credit. ii. SKDRDP is ready to give soft loan (Rs.50,000) to their members to buy the equipment. iii. Karnataka Bank is exploring to give Working Capital. Renewable Energy System Lab setup in Academics: Potential of 500 colleges in Karnataka. Each installation worth Rs.1,50,000. Student projects will also be executed (worth Rs.30,000).
  8. 8.  AHEC: http://ahec.org.in/ MNRE: http://www.mnre.gov.in/ SKDRDP: http://www.skdrdpindia.org/ KS GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: http://www.ksgi.ac.in/ SIDBI: http://www.sidbi.com/ Integra Microsystems: http://www.integramicro.com/ Deshpande Foundation: http://www.deshpandefoundation.org/
  9. 9.  Develop a low head Pico-Hydro System. Design & Develop a highly reliable System. Design & Develop a User Friendly System. Planning to setup an incubation centre which nurtures student’s ideas to take shape of a venture.  The motivation of the cell is to promote the spirit of Entrepreneurship among students& help students to become entrepreneurs.
  10. 10.  Introduction. System Description. Block Diagram. Installation Details. Applications. Maintenance Details. User Manual.
  11. 11.  The proposed system converts energy from moving water into electricity. It is a simple system which is driven by water. The prime mover of the system is interfaced to turbine which is in turn driven by water. The system consists of a permanent magnet based low rpm Alternator, turbine, Charger, Storage unit. The potential energy of the water is converted into mechanical energy by turbine which is in turn converted to electrical energy by alternator.
  12. 12.  System Description: Figure 1.0 depicts Pico-Hydro power generator without storage option. The system consists of: Turbine: The turbine is used to convert the energy stored in water into mechanical energy which is used to drive the generator. There are different types of turbines. Currently we are using pelton turbine. Generator: PMG based alternator which is used to generate power. It is low rpm generator which requires small water streams with low head. Controller: The primary function of this block is to regulate the output of power generator block. It is used to provide a constant voltage & constant frequency output.
  13. 13.  Turbine: The turbine is used to convert the energy stored in water into mechanical energy which is used to drive the generator. There are different types of turbines. Currently we are using pelton turbine. Generator: PMG based alternator which is used to generate power. Controller & Charger unit: The primary function of this block is to regulate the output of power generator block. It is used to provide a constant voltage & constant frequency output. It converts the AC output of generator into DC, which is stored in the battery bank. Battery Bank: It is used to store the generate power in the DC format. Inverter: It is used to convert the DC power from the battery into AC power. Load: It can be any appliance or device which consumes power. Ex: Pump set, Fan, Grinder, Bulb, Fridge, Television etc
  14. 14.  Eco Friendly: Non-Conventional Energy. Lowest Carbon Footprint. Indigenous & Home Grown Technology. Easy to use. Longer Life. Cost effective solution. Reliable & Sustainable Local Economy: Local Business Opportunity. Better Education & Social conditions.
  15. 15.  We will provide the complete system solution. We will provide complete support in the process of Manufacturing, Transportation, Commissioning, Erection& Installation of the system. We are the manufacturers of entire system (Alternator, Controller). We have tied up with local manufacturers of Battery, Transformer, Inverter, so that we can provide you a one stop solution of the entire system.  The system requires minimum installation. We will completely take care of the transportation, erection & installation of the system (both Grid-Tie & Storage versions).
  16. 16.  The proposed system is almost maintenance free. Since we have developed Alternator based on Permanent Magnet, it requires minimum maintenance. We will provide the complete after sales support of the system based upon mutual understanding. We will train some of your people, who can build the expertise to maintain the smooth operation of the system.  Rural: Electrification, Industrialization, Health Care etc  Domestic and Industrial.  Heating: Domestic, Industrial.  Agricultural: Irrigation.  Educational Institutions.  Different Loads driven by our system: Television, Mixer, Lights, Fan, Heater etc.
  17. 17.  Contact us for Research and Consultancy Services.K.S School of Engineering & Management# 15, Mallasandra, Off.Kanakapura Road, Bangalore-560062, INDIA.Tel : +91-080-28425012 , +91-080-28425013, +91-080-28425163Mobile :+91-9448507428Fax:+91-080-28425164E-mail: principal@ksgi.ac.in principal.kssem@gmail.com principal@kssem.edu.in

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