Inter solar Study Program, Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC) in Mumbai from December 5–7, 2017

Inter solar Study Program, Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC) in Mumbai from December 5–7, 2017.

Inter solar India is India’s Largest Exhibition and Conference for the Solar Industry. It takes place again at the Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC) in Mumbai from December 5–7, 2017.

This year during exhibition and conference one of the interesting event is introduce by Inter solar Team, specially for Students as a side events ~ Inter solar Study Program.

Note ~  The Study Program is free of charge, entrance with valid student ID only.

Inter solar Study Program Aim is to share, aware And connect students Via sharing information about latest trends and developments of the solar industry & how students Play important role in building sustainable green future.

As we know the Solar industries is growing up rapidly as well as each and every day there is new innovative technology coming in market & there is huge employment generation possibility.

By considering above points  i think each & every students who looking forward opportunity in RE sector,  must attend Inter solar Study Program. As the number of participants is limited,  as soon as possible complete your registration process.

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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