alexa ANALYSIS OF SOLAR ENERGY BASED STREET LIGHT WITH AUTO TRACKING SYSTEM
ISSN ONLINE(2278-8875) PRINT (2320-3765)

International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
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ANALYSIS OF SOLAR ENERGY BASED STREET LIGHT WITH AUTO TRACKING SYSTEM

C.BHUVANESWARI, R.RAJESWARI, C.KALAIARASAN

Assistant professor, Dept. of EEE, Priyadarshini Engineering College, Vaniyambadi, Tamilnadu, India

 

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Abstract

The vital input for the growth of any nation is energy. In India, so many types of energies playing a major role. It has been inevitable to seek no polluting renewable energy sources for the power generation. So renewable energy technologies range from the well established, such as hydro power to the emergent. Each technology has its own individual measurement and requirements. Among all energies solar energy is the most abundant stream of energy. It is available directly as solar isolation and indirectly as wind energy. Solar energy has the sources of renewable energy. Its potential is 178 billion MW which is about 20,000 times the world‟s demand. Sun sends out energy in the form of electromagnetic radiation. Solar cells are used for the generation of electrical energy. The solar cells receive the solar energy. The solar cells operate on the photo-electric energy by using solar cells principle. The energy from the photovoltaic cells is used to switch on the lights. At present solar electric power generation systems are having fixed solar panels whose efficiency of generation is less. This paper presents the analysis of street light with auto tracking system. Thus by using this auto tracking system we can increase the conversion efficiency of the solar power generation.

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