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Study and analysis on solar photovoltaic system in India

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Introduction:
The development of renewable energy sources (RES) is necessary for the sustainable development of any country due to depleting fossil fuel level, climbing fossil fuel prices across the world and more recently pressure for reduction emission level . Among various renewable energy sources based technologies, the photovoltaic technology for power generation is considered well-suited technology particularly for distributed power generation. The large introduction of PV systems may replace or postpone the extension of conventional central stations of electricity production and the investment in grid reinforcement having a positive overall economic impact. The PV system electric power is of particular value when it coincides with the peak demand, as during the summer afternoon peak due to the use of air conditioning units. In addition to this, solar photovoltaic (SPV) systems can also increase the reliability of the system to which they are connected, can also reduce transmission and distribution losses as they generate the electricity close to the point where it is consumed. India has a large land area with an average.

The development of any country or society depends on the energy supply it has/uses. The history of human evolution and civilization is a history of energy consumption. Most of the energy needs of the world we live in at present are being fulfilled by non-renewable sources of energy which not only is in short supply but is polluting as well. While the short supply can lead to global economic meltdown the pollution can be hazardous to all life on earth. As the supply on non-renewable energy dwindles, the deficit must be sufficed by energy from renewable sources which will and must ultimately replace them.

Biomass energy can be a viable alternative but they too are not in ample amount to meet the need, needs certain period of time to be replenished and are still polluting. Hydropower, though non-polluting are costly and controversial as its dam construction results in submergence of large land areas displacing large number of people, wildlife and destroying agricultural land and pristine habitats. Similarly, wind energy is not sore liable and nuclear is risky. Thus, solar energy is the only long term solution despite its high cost of installation at present. Solar energy refers to the energy received from the sun in the form of solar radiation. The amount of solar radiation reaching the earth’s outer atmosphere is known as insolation . Although diffused, the earth receives a very large amount of radiation energy annually.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 67
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1.1 SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC
1.2 INDUSTRY PROFILE
2.1 ORIGIN OF THE ORGANIZATION
2.2 GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
2.3 FUNCTIONAL DEPARTMENTS OF THE ORGANIZATION
2.6 PRODUCT AND SERVICE PROFILE OF THE COMPETITORS.
2.7 MARKET PROFILE OF THE ORGANIZATION
CHAPTER 3: DISCUSSION ON TRAINING
3.1KEY LEARNINGS
CHAPTER 4: STUDY OF SELECTED RESEARCH PROBLEM
4.1 STATEMENT OF RESEARCH PROBLEM
4.2 STATEMENT OF RESEARCH OBJECTIVES
4.3 RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
CHAPTER 5: DATA ANALYSIS
FINDINGS
SUMMARY OF LEARNING EXPERIENCE
CONCLUSION
RECOMMENDATIONS.
LIMITATIONS
DIRECTIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH
REFERENCES


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