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In 1933 the oil crisis that hit the world and put planners in trouble. As energy demand increased, it was not possible to rely on traditional arrangements to meet demand in the future.It could have been accomplished by unconventional energy.This need seemed especially acute because of the socio-economic growth and per capita consumption of electricity in any country.Fortunately the climate in our country is such that the sunlight is strong in many places throughout the year.The abundance of this resource and the rapid improvement of solar cell technology are expected to have a potential solar system for the future.
Transformation of direct solar energy into electricity will probably be the mainstay of the Earth’s energy system. Not only is the amount of sunlight available in large quantities, it is more widespread than any other source of energy.In the past decade, it has been easy for solar cells to establish solar photovoltaic systems that generate electricity from sunlight, which works without any maintenance or with very little maintenance.Photovoltaic cells are being used to supply electricity to telecommunications satellites and pockets in calculators and in remote locations. As far as possible, photovoltaic schemes can be implemented instead of central solar panels.In the near future some countries may take the help of photovoltaics for their national grid system. Solar power is the only option for developing countries that are facing economic and environmental problems due to the use of fossil fuels.
|Author||Dr. Tapan Bhattacharya|
|Edition||1st Edition-2nd Edition|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|
|Printing||Biswanath Enterprises, Bbsr|
|Layout Design||Vidyashree DTP Center, Cuttack|