Hybrid Power Generation through combined solar–wind power and modified solar panel

  ijett-book-cover  International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)          
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Volume-4 Issue-5                       
Year of Publication : 2013
Authors : N.Sivaramakrishna , Ch.Kasi Ramakrishna Reddy


N.Sivaramakrishna , Ch.Kasi Ramakrishna Reddy . "Hybrid Power Generation through combined solar – wind power and modified solar panel ". International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT). V4(5):1414-1417 May 2013. ISSN:2231-5381. www.ijettjournal.org. published by seventh sense research group.


All the natural wastage energies are used for production of Electricity. Thus, the Electrical Power or Electricity is available with a minimum cost and pollution free to anywhere in the world at all times. This paper will reveal a novel step in generation of electricity and availability of natural resources without disturbing the ecological balance. This paper describes a novel and developing Electrical Power Generation mechanism by integrating photovoltaic Solar Energy, solar Energy with Nano - antenna, Wi nd Energy and non conventional energy sources. Thus we can have an uninterrupted power supply irrespective of the weather condition without any sort of environmental pollution. Furthermore this process makes possible the electricity generation at least pro duction cost. Utilizing lightning energy for electricity generation reveals a advanced step. The equipment consists of combination of PV solar - cell array & Nano - antenna array, a mast mounted wind generator, storage batteries(lead - acid) , an inverter used to convert DC power to AC power, electrical lighting loads and electrical heating loads, several fuse and junction boxes and associated wiring, and test instruments for measuring voltages,power factors,currents and harmonic contamination data throughout th e system. This hybrid solar - wind power generating system is suitable for Industries and also domestic areas.


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Photo - voltaic, Solar Cell, Nano - antenna, Wind Energy, Conventional Energy, Renewable Energy