Renewable energy sources

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RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES & HYBRID POWER'S

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Renewable energy sources

  1. 1. Submitted By: Guided By: Prof. Kadam S.S DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SSPM’s SOMESHWAR ENGINEERING COLLEGE SOMESHWAR NAGAR A Seminar On RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCESRENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES && HYBRID POWER SHYBRID POWER S Bhapkar Kundan Tanaji
  2. 2. Contents  Introduction  Electricity Sector in India  Need of Renewable Energy for Electricity generation  Wind Energy System  Solar Energy System  Biogas Energy System  Wind-Solar Complementary Power inverter  Wind solar  Conclusion
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION Backg round BasicsBasics ObjecObjec tivetive • Hybrid System Wind-Solar complementary inverter Generation from Biogas & Integration of these three sources
  4. 4. Electricity Sector in India All India Generating Installed Capacity (MW) (As on 30/4/12) 133363 MW 4780 MW 38990 MW 24503 MW
  5. 5. 35% 28% 21% 9% 7% Demand of Electricity Industrial Domestic Agriculture Commercial Other In 2010-11 base load energy deflict was 8.5% & in 2011-12 is 10.3% In 2010-11 peak shortage was 9.8% & in 2011-12 is 12.9 % States with largest power demand is Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh.
  6. 6. Need of Renewable Energy  Vast Potential  Plays important role in Global Outlook.  The Cleanest ,Pollution Free  Most Abundant  Less Maintenance of Generators
  7. 7. 3 2 1 Wind Energy Solar Energy Biogas Energy RENEWABLE RESOURCES
  8. 8.  Basic Topologies  Types of Turbine  HAWT  VAWT 1 Wind Energy System
  9. 9. Block Diagram Of Wind Power System
  10. 10. Actual installed power worldwide  India rank fourth largest producer of power from wind  India has an installed capacity of 14158 MW  Estimated Global Wind Energy Generation till 2020 is 3000 TWh
  11. 11.  Introduction  Direct sunlight conversion to electricity Solar Energy System
  12. 12. Disadvantages: High manufacturing cost Typical efficiency 15-18% . Installed Solar Capacity in MW
  13. 13. 3 Biogas System  Introduction  Biogas sources contribute 14% Global energy & 38% of energy in developing country.  India’s current installed Biogas system capacity is 140 MW  Biogas is mixture of :  40-75% of methane,  25-60% Carbon dioxide,  2% other gases
  14. 14. Wind-Solar Complementary System
  15. 15. Hybrid system of wind, solar & biogas energy system: Hybrid system of wind, solar & biogas energy system: WIND SYSTEM SOLAR SYSTEM BIOGAS CONTROLLER BATTER Y BATTER Y LOAD INVERTER ELECTRICITY GENERATION FROMBIOGAS ELECTRICITY GENERATION FROMBIOGAS GAS STORAG E GAS STORAG E
  16. 16. 1 One of the main constraint that why we fail to tap the RES for village electrification is improper integration of RES. 2 Proper integration of RES should be given priority than only Generating power . 3 At the doorstep of any Common man 4 Being a developing nation we must have to develop our own such IRES Model. CONCLUSION
  17. 17. Thank You
  18. 18. Questions

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