A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ELECTRICITY GENERATION BY SOLAR AND WIND ENERGY IN INDIA
Author(s):
Dikesh Kumar Sen, Ankit Dwivedi, Bhavishya Chandra Anand, Chetan Purohit
Keywords:
Wind energy, Renewable energy, wind turbines, Stress, fuel.
Abstract
In present scenario energy resources are being used at an alarming high rate. In order to ensure that younger generation are least deprived of their energy usage. Renewable energy resources needs to get more attention and research. India now considers Wind, Solar and Piezo as an alternate source of future energy generation. In India incidence of Solar energy in land area alone is 5000 trillion kilowatt hours which exceeds energy outcome of all possible non-renewable energy reserves in India. Next higher potential after Solar comes from Wind. In India Wind flows at an average speed of 55 kmph. Also, India contains largest Railway network in the world along with network of local trains in Bombay and metro in Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Pune etc. This network adds to the potential of wind energy in India. maximum energy generated in one hour is 3.86 KWh.
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