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Renewable energy

  1. 1. A PRESENTATION ON NONCONVENTIONAL RESOURCES OFENERGY Created By:- Nikhil Pakwanne
  2. 2. OBJECTIVE To create awareness on the advantages of utilizing Renewable energy sources among the rural population. To propagate on the use of Non conventional energy applications such as Solar Lanterns, Solar Water Heaters, Solar Lighting, Solar Cookers etc. To motivate students in propagating the use of Renewable energy in society (Especially in Rural region )
  3. 3. Energy Poverty-facts & figures World: 2 billion without access to electricity Rural India: 400 million (57% of population) Target 100% electrification by 2012
  4. 4. Government Plans (2007-2012)Renewable energy source Proposed TargetsRenewable Power Stand Alone 1,000 MWSystems(Solar, wind,small hydro biomassetc)Family Type Biogas Plants 2 million plantsRemote Village Electrification 10,000 villages
  5. 5. What we have done so far for achievingRural Energy Security in India Renewable energy Potential Installed capacity as source on 31.03.2008 Family Type 12 million 3.9 million Biogas Plants Solar PV 1.3 million systems (domestic & Street lighting and telecommunication etc) Remote Village 4500 Electrification villages/hamlets (Mostly solar lighting systems)
  6. 6. Solar lanternA lantern is a portable lightingdevice used to illuminate broadareas. Lanterns may also be usedfor signaling, to guide your pathsomewhere or as general lightsources for camping. In the olderdays it would have been used like atorch. Dim varieties are often usedfor decoration.
  7. 7. Solar water heaterSolar water heating (SWH) systemsare a mature renewable energytechnology In a "close-coupled" SWHsystem the storage tank is horizontallymounted immediately above the solarcollectors on the roof. No pumping isrequired as the hot water naturallyrises into the tank throughthermosiphon flow.
  8. 8. Solar cookerA solar oven or solar cooker is a device which uses sunlight as its energy source. Because they use no fuel and they cost nothing to run, humanitarianorganizations are promoting their use worldwide to help slowdeforestation and desertification,caused by using wood as fuel forcooking.
  9. 9. Solar collectorsSolar collector is a deviceused to focus the sunrays or light at one point.Photovoltaic cells areused to convert the sunenergy into electricity.
  10. 10. Solar panelsA solar panel (photovoltaicmodule or photovoltaic panel) is apackaged interconnected assemblyof solar cells, also known asphotovoltaic cells. The solar panel isused as a component in a largerphotovoltaic system to offerelectricity for commercial andresidential applications
  11. 11. Wind powerWind power is the conversion ofwind energy into a useful form ofenergy, such as using wind turbinesto make electricity, wind mills formechanical power, wind pumps forpumping water or drainage, or sailsto propel ships. At the end of 2009,worldwide nameplate capacity ofwind-powered generators was 159.2gigawatts
  12. 12. REFERENCES•www.wikipedia.com•www.google.com•http://www.terra.org/html/s/sol/cocina/directorioen.php
  13. 13. THANK YOU

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