24 Hours Power Supply - A Long Way to Go With Solar Power
Saturday , 23 September 2017

24 Hours Power Supply – A Long Way to Go

It is a known fact that the energy sector in India is still plagued with some gaps. Accumulated losses, debt, theft and loss of power are some of the problems that hinder the development of this sector. At the same time, you can not deny that there has been no growth at all, promoting private sector participation and capacity building generally conventional in the past two decades is considered; However, the growth achieved by this sector is not enough to meet the huge energy needs of the country.

The bottleneck is the retail segment connecting the electricity sector consumers. The lack of effectiveness and coordination of their work, a price level have contributed to his sad condition. There is a greater need today to exploit alternative energy sources as well as discover new forms of energy production so that electricity is available to everyone at all times.

Solar and wind energy has to seriously exploit to allow the widespread and continuous use of electricity. Judging by global developments in this area, the use of solar energy has become very competitive with electricity produced from conventional sources. The rapid progress in microelectronics industry has led to great advances in technology related to crystalline silicon solar cells, which reduces the cost of solar energy production. This solar boom witnessed in almost every country in the world and India is no exception. However, to make this scale, it is very essential for the removal of vested interests and necessary for all politicians to take a greater interest and depth, followed in this filed.

New technology for the production of 24-hour diet should be encouraged on all fronts. In fact, there is some evidence in four southern states of India on the use of this new technology that provides a continuous flow without interruption (UDC) for Domains. According to reports, this method involves the continuous supply of electricity from the grid to meet the demands of basic appliances, even when demand is high or the time of failure. In total, the minimum supply of 100 watts of power would be available on a daily basis for homes with the installation of a single piece of equipment in substations.

At the same time, also require the addition of a small device in front of home electric meter. In addition to the regular intake of 100 watts of the network, a 48 volt DC power can be supplied by additional second power output. This amount of power is maintained even in downtime and avoiding a total blackout. The LED lights that run on DC power will be provided by the DC source.

Also, if the UDC unit is connected to a solar panel, then there is much room for expansion to reduce dependence on expensive diesel fuel. This technology is still in the testing phase and thus, obtaining approvals and the development of regulatory safety standards will be implemented in carrying out the pilot.

If things go as planned, and soon 24 hours of power will not remain a dream.

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