Smart Village

Report
SOLAR ENERGY for a SMART
VILLAGE
SUN
The Infinite Source of Energy
• In one hour more sunlight falls on
the earth than what is used by the
entire population in one year.
• It is the most readily available
Renewable source of energy that we
have access to on our planet.
Present Scenario
TAXES
GOVERNMENT
INFRASTRUCTURE
New Modern Concept
SUN
Infinite
INFRASTRUCTURE
Infinite Existence
PROGRESSION OF MANKIND
THE PROGRESS OF MAN & THE EXTENT OF
HIS REACH WITH PROGRESSING ERAS
1012
109
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103
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Knowledge
Industrial
Agricultural
Stone Age
Revolution
Revolution
Information
Age
Zenith
Types of Solar Systems
Solar systems
PV systems
On Grid
Feeding into
State Grid
Thermal systems
Off Grid
With Battery
Without Battery
Solar PV
Crystalline
CdTe
Amorphous
Silicon
Dye Sensitized
Cell
CIGS
Solar Photovoltaic
Directly converting Sunlight into Electricity
Cross Section of Solar Cell
Solar Thermal
NICC
Tower
Technology
Linear Fresnel
Parabolic
Collector
Stirling Dish
Solar-Thermal Technologies
RSIC – Mohali
NICC-BTU
Thermal and PV system combined
Steam (upto 165° C)
Prototype for Rural Electrification
Via PV
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Solar array
Inverter
Operation Building
Battery Bank
Inverter Charger
AC Distribution Board
AC Island grid
PV Electrification – Rural India
The 20kWp Jhargaon Plant, the 1st 3 Phase
Plant in India
100kwp Plant at Jaari, Jharkhand
RAMPURA
COMMUNITY SOLAR
PLANT
RAMPURA-AERIAL VIEW
RAMPURA :
Plant Name:-
Rampura
Plant Capacity:-
8.7 kWp
Commissioning Date:Developer
NGO
Total Generation(kWh)
Fixed Tarrif Plant for 46 Houses per Month(Rs)
Connected Load
26/1/2009
BERGEN
DA
52,514.00
Rs 4.5 per unit + 20
minimum charge
5 KW
Average Daily Billing
30 kwh
Monthly Expense(Rs)
5000
Monthly Revenue(Rs)
4050
Site Layout
Weekly Village Consumption Pattern
Village Consumption
pattern
Consumption
Week
kWh
180
160
140
120
31.9
1
70.9
102.8
2
118.6
221.4
3
163.6
100
80
60
40
385
4
172.9
557.9
5
175.7
20
0
1 st Week
2 st Week
3 st Week
4 st Week
5 st Week
A Show PieceClassical Case of Rural Empowerment
20KWp 3PHASE MINI GRID
JHARGAON,GUMLA DISTRICT
JHARKHAND
JHARGAON SNAPSHOT
Plant Name:
Plant Capacity:Commissioning Date:Developer
Total Generation(kWh)
NGO
Fixed Tariff Plan for 45 Houses per Month (Rs)
Jhargaon
20 kWp
30/4/2010
BERGEN
18,340.00
HOLY CROSS SISTERS
60
Connected Load
12 KW
Average Daily Generation
25 kWh
Average Monthly Collection (Rs)
2700/-
Average Expenses Monthly
5000/-
Jhargaon Power Plant
• Project initiated by Hon’ble Member Parliament (Rajya Sabha), Madam
Rebello and executed by the Bergen Group
• The plant has benefitted the villagers in more than one way:
• Provided electrification to more than 50 households
• Livelihood provided to a number of people through small scale
applications like Water Pumping for Irrigation, Rice Mill, Flour
Mill,
• Educational benefits to the children of the village
• Better health through provision of filtered water
• TV provided to the community for their recreation and information
• The village economy has received a major boost through the
electrification programme
Jhargaon- Highlights
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3 Phase to support Irrigation Pump
Home Lighting
Water Filtration
Rice Mill
Flour Mill
Village Community Centre
Healthcare Centre
Solar Fridge to store life saving drugs provided to
Levan Barvai Hospital, Rampur, Chainpur
Flour Mill Powered by Solar Energy
Rice Mill powered by Solar
Irrigation Using Solar Power
Sun for All
India’s Smart Village
CC
MARKET
Village
Electrification
Lantern + Module
Industry
I
Battery
Substation
Irrigation
Economic Growth of Village
Population
Benefits of Solar Energy
Generating Employment
Solar Based industry in rural areas
(silicon, wafer, cell, module etc. )
Cottage industries (solar lanterns,
home lighting equipments, etc.)
Solar for Agriculture
(water pumping)
Education for the society
Rural Empowerment
Telecom Towers
Household Lighting
Irrigation Systems
Street Lighting Systems
Steam – Food Processing
• Extraction of Mentha Oil from Mentha herbs
• Steam is passed through the herbs for extracting oil.
• Milk Industry
• Utilized in Pasteurization & Heating.
• Rice Production
• Employed in removal of stalks & other foreign materials; drying
of rice.
• Sugar Industry
• Use of Steam in various processes of sugar production.
• Tea Industry
• Utility in oxidation process, without modifying flavour.
Cold Storages – Bolstering Indian Village Agriculture
• Against a production of 180 million tonne a year of fruits, vegetables and
perishables, India has a capacity of storing only 23.6 million tonne in
5,386 cold storages across the country, of which, 80 per cent is used only
for potatoes.
• 25 to 30 per cent of fruits and vegetables and 5-7 per cent of food grains
in India get wasted.
Health Sector
Solar for Rural Health Centers
Solar Fridges for Drug storage
Hot Water for Laundry & Kitchen
Steam Sterilization
Cottage Industries utilizing
Hot Water/Steam
Paper & Pulp
Textile
Dairy
Leather
Food Processing
Application of Solar LED’s in Agriculture
Solar LEDs used to
grow vegetables at
home and farm
houses through
photosynthesis
Development of a Modern Village
Hospital
Police Station
Sewer
Cold Storage
INFRASTRUCTURE
Power
Playground
School
Housing
Industry
Telecom
Cemetery
THANK YOU
By :-
Rajinder Kumar Kaura
CMD- Bergen Associates Pvt. Ltd.
V.P. – Solar Energy Society of India
Email : [email protected]

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