Energy is the basic requirement for around the world in present scenario. But the basic thing is that the energy sources used in India are mostly conventional sources. They are decayed with faster speed and the impact of these is hazardous for environment. India is rich in coal and abundantly endowed with renewable energy in the form of solar, wind, mini/micro hydro and bio-energy etc. India has a vast potential of renewable energy sources and a number of technologies have been developed to harness them. This paper proposes policy instruments to improve the energy productivity with effectiveness of renewable energy projects implementation and create a framework for financing mechanisms for these projects. Efforts have been made to use the different energy sources and reduce the dependence on fossil fuels. Pollution prevention and dependency on the fossil fuels can be achieved by government’s directly regulating pollution-generating activities and indirectly by influencing the decision making process on the micro level (economic instruments). This Paper recommends a sustainable energy policy that will not only meet the rapid economic growth but also protect the environment and conserve insufficient resources.
This paper presents an integrated approach to the steady state simulation model of biomass gasification, molten carbonate fuel cells (MCFC) and power generation processes. It provides a useful tool for Energy Flexibility and Energy Sustainability in India. A 10 kW Biomass based Gasifier working on 100% producer gas has been installed and working successfully, which is supplying power to the energy center building of RGPV. Further expansion includes the integration of PV- Solar panels and Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell. Two energy conversion options are under evaluation: First, Gasification of wood chips to generate producer gas and run gas engine-generator set, and second for use in a Carbonate Fuel Cell. The field tests are conducted and options are derived for various types of biomass, to optimize the results. Recommendations are made with respect to commercializing biomass gasification technology in India.
This paper introduces the distinctive components of RFID technology and focuses on its core competencies: scalability and security. It will be then supplemented by a detailed synopsis of an investigation conducted to test the feasibility and practicality of RFID technology incorporates a review of research done on sample consisting of sixty candidates in the same course and studied the view of various analyzers who have performed the comparison.