Chanakya Hingu, Tejas Pardamwar, Ruchika Wankhede
Bio power council in India, combined power, case study.
Fossil fuel consumption should be reduced for three main reasons, to save human health, climate change and energy security. Combustion of fossil fuels leads to exhaust of carbon gases and other greenhouse gases which are harm to humans as well as nature. Electricity in modern days have not just become necessary to urban countries but also under developed countries. Now a days power is generated using fossil fuels, such as coal as in thermal power plant. But along with efficient electric generation it also leads to exhaust of harmful and adverse pollutants which causes harm to living beings considering these aspects it has become necessary for major countries to adopt one of the most popular way of power generation, Biomass( Bio-power). This method of generation utilizes varieties of biomass to derive power
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 6, Issue 2

Page(s): 193 - 198
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