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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 3, March 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



Need Of Carbon Foot Printing Reduction By Utilization Of Renewable Energy Sources - A Brief Research Review

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AUTHOR(S)

Manjusha Sham Patil

 

KEYWORDS

renewable energy, hybrid power generation, carbon foot printing, fossil fuel reduction

 

ABSTRACT

Energy performs the critical part within the improvement of the area. Growing addiction upon fossil energy sources offers triggered severe issues in the nearby as well as worldwide amounts. Cropping associated with energy depends upon the actual accessibility to assets in addition to the financial viability as well as specialized feasibility associated with conference the actual need. Nevertheless, energy usage within non-urban Indian is basically determined by non-conventional energy resources because of the accessibility, chance of quick removal, as well as suitable systems. Globalization as well as major opening associated with Indian native marketplaces offers resulted in urbanization using the improved energy need within the commercial as well as national infrastructure industries. Hybrid renewable energy systems have become the well-liked because stand-alone energy systems with regard to supplying electrical power within remote control places because of improvements within renewable energy systems as well as following increase within costs associated with oil items. The Hybrid energy program, or even Hybrid energy, generally includes several renewable energy resources utilized collectively to supply elevated program efficiency in addition to a higher stability within energy supply. Hence, hybrid renewable energy generation is the futuristic solution for carbon foot printing

 

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