Canal-top solar power project in West Godavari.

A canal-top solar power project of one mw capacity at a cost of Rs 8 crore will be coming up on Losari Main Canal at Gollavanitippa village of Bhimavaram rural mandal in West Godavari.

The New and Renewable Energy Development Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited has carried out a survey on the feasibility of the project recently and sent a report to the Centre for its consent and once the project gets its consent, works are expected to begin in about two months’ time. (more…)

Opportunity in renewable energy (Solar & wind) sector.

” The need for renewable energy resources has never been bigger than today, let’s we look forward to best opportunity in this sector.”

  • Start manufacturing plant of solar cell or module, plug and play small solar kit, mobile windmill etc.
  • To fulfil Electricity demand increased wind and solar or hybrid (wind + solar) small, medium and large scale power plant, or else hybridization of coal based thermal power plants with Cs or CSP technology.
  • let’s we manufacture different tools or machine operate on solar power which used for day to day use as well as swachh bharat mission.
  • Let’s focus on Skill development programme with additional job creation for everyone, ITI/Diploma/Engineering students & professional.
  • Let’s we make integrated approach for Nature inspired Eco village by developing innovative tools and product for farmers by using solar energy for agriculture application and adopting agro-horti-forestry approach.

Many more opportunity are not mention in this list, am request to everyone, must suggest & share much more opportunity with us.

“Convert Today’s innovative opportunity into Tomorrow’s sustainable future.”

Riding the rays ~ solar e-rickshaw.

A solar e-rickshaw designed by engineering students awaits a break

Three years ago when Vikram Pratap Singh, then a third semester mechanical engineering student at Delhi University’s Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, wanted to enter a technology design competition, his professor Ranjit Singh Parnar suggested he work on something that would have a larger impact. “It should be beneficial to human kind,” he had advised.

Taking his words to heart, Vikram as team leader along with two other batch mates designed a solar e-rickshaw, taking clean technology’s use for public good to its logical end. Now plying on the roads of the Capital, it does the regular run to and fro from his college to Dwarka Mor metro station.

Christened Strike and earning 23- year-old rickshaw driver Pawan Singh a daily wage, it is fitted with nine solar panels of 40W each producing 360W power.

So when an ordinary e-rickshaw runs for 80 km or five hours after its battery is charged for five hours, the sturdy Strike adds another 40 km and can run for eight hours through its solar charging panels.

Source: Riding the rays

Government to set up a pool of capital to Fund Research on Green Energy Technologies

“Future of Electricity in India Rest on the Pillars of Affordability, Sustainability & Energy Security”- Shri Piyush Goyal

Government to set up a pool of capital to Fund Research on Green Energy Technologies

Shri Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (IC) for Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy said that future of electricity in India rest on the pillars of affordability, sustainability and country’s energy security. While delivering Keynote address at a conference on “The Future of Electricity’ here on Tuesday, Shri Goyal said, “Future of electricity, as I see, in India, rest on the pillars of affordability, sustainability and country’s energy security.” (more…)