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Solar Energy Survey-An Analysis


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1 Department of Humanities, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, India
2 Robert Bosch, Coimbatore, India
3 OvGU Magdeburg, Germany
 

The solar energy in India can complement the existing energy resources to a certain extent as they form one of the best energy resources. There are numerous applications of solar panels such as, urban planning and architecture, agriculture and horticulture, transport and reconnaissance, water treatment, heating, cooling and ventilation, cooking, photovoltaic and fuel production [1]. Hence an analysis has been made in this paper to read the mindset of people who have employed the solar panels at their households and work arena, and to project the relationship between their likeliness towards this renewable energy and other factors of general attention. Further, extending this survey to the entire nation would be a milestone in the performance analysis of the state of solar energy in India, since the country is in a bare necessity to go in for alternative renewable energy resources.

Keywords

Bio-Waste Integration, Power Generating Sources, Renewable Energy, State of Charge.
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Authors

V. Santhi
Department of Humanities, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, India
S. Benon
Robert Bosch, Coimbatore, India
Arun Kumar Jayaraman
OvGU Magdeburg, Germany

Abstract


The solar energy in India can complement the existing energy resources to a certain extent as they form one of the best energy resources. There are numerous applications of solar panels such as, urban planning and architecture, agriculture and horticulture, transport and reconnaissance, water treatment, heating, cooling and ventilation, cooking, photovoltaic and fuel production [1]. Hence an analysis has been made in this paper to read the mindset of people who have employed the solar panels at their households and work arena, and to project the relationship between their likeliness towards this renewable energy and other factors of general attention. Further, extending this survey to the entire nation would be a milestone in the performance analysis of the state of solar energy in India, since the country is in a bare necessity to go in for alternative renewable energy resources.

Keywords


Bio-Waste Integration, Power Generating Sources, Renewable Energy, State of Charge.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15613/hijrh%2F2014%2Fv1i2%2F61726