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Authors Name: Ajay Bejalwar
Unique Id: IJSDR16JE02006
Published In: Volume 1 Issue 2, February-2016
Abstract: The paper details the utilization of solar energy resources in vidarbha region. In Vidarbha Thermal Power Plants generates about 4260MW electricity. Yet more than 71 coal power plants with a total generation capacity of almost 55,000 MW were being planned in the region. Mostly power generation is made by thermal power station using energy sources coal and water, which damages the environment thereby increasing global warming. Due to ever increasing requirement of fossil fuel for these Power Plants, prices are rising at the same time depletion, due to deforestation. This leads to high biodiversity of eco system. Due to rising costs for all fossil fuels the poor people may face the problem for cooking and heating, burning of fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas, led to elevate CO2 emissions. The carbon dioxide is accountable for 50-60% rise in temperature of the earth’s surface. Similarly water plays key role for power generation, as it is being used by all power stations, soon scarcity of water, which is matter of concern. Now many countries are opting for renewable energy like wind energy, solar energy for Sensible technology which is simple and reliable. But inadequate energy supply leads to or maintains poverty, which commonly is accompanied by population explosion: a vicious circle. This ever increasing problem can be solved by using solar energy, being the Vidarbha region having almost 300 sunny days (Average temperature @30C) which is perfect climate for solar energy. Most parts of Vidarbha receive good solar radiation 4- 7 kWh/sq. m/day Possible to meet growing energy demands and cover deficit. It is an abundant, pollution free renewable source of energy that only needs to be harnessed to be of use to man. Solar power plants in use in the world are equipped to transform solar radiation into electrical energy via any one of a number of cycles or natural phenomena.Few however have the ability to store sufficient energy during the day so that a supply can be maintained during night time also. The solar updraft tower meets these crucial conditions and makes it possible to take the crucial step towards a global solar energy economy.
Keywords: Solar Energy, Global Warming, Solar Draft, Power Generation
Cite Article: "UTILIZATION OF SOLAR ENERGY IN VIDARBHA REGION", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.1, Issue 2, page no.36 - 39, February-2016, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR16JE02006.pdf
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Published In: Volume 1 Issue 2, February-2016
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