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Use of solar energy for electrical energy conservation: A case study

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Energy plays an indispensable role in modern society. India with 17% of the world population and just 0.8% of the world's known oil and natural resources is going to face serious challenges in the coming decades. Hence energy conservation has a prime importance. Besides energy independence the devasting impact of climate change has become an issue of critical consideration. Energy production using fossil fuel is the major contributor to green house gas emissions. Hence, transition towards a low carbon energy economy is the real solution for the mitigating the impact of climate change. The project at MPKV, Rahuri undertakes to highlight the constructive development of the solar energy resources and is an attempt to resource this unused energy source to drive our daily activities of the office efficiently. It was estimated that about 2332 kwh/day electricity generation is possible by using parabolic dish installation scheme at roof top of site.

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Engineering (NUiCONE), 2011 Nirma University International Conference on

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8-10 Dec. 2011