Title: Natural Resource-Wind Energy
Submitted To: S.P.University
V.V.Nagar.
Name: Nishant Chaturvedi
Roll No:3396
College:...
 Wind carries enormous quantity of energy.
 Wind energy is mainly used to generate electricity. Wind
is called a renewab...
 Wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the form of
mechanical energy
 The wind turbine works opposite to the fan
...
 .
 a
.
A Wind Turbine
Blades
Tower
Pitch
Generato
Rotor
 A ministry of non-conventional energy
resources was established in India.
Due to effort of govt. of India today we rank ...
 Wind turbines operate on a simple principle:
 The energy in the wind turns the propeller-like blades
around a rotor. Th...
 The installed wind power generator capacity up to
sept. 2006 was 6018 MW out of which 1080 MW
was installed in the year ...
 The Wind blows day and night, which allows windmills to
produce electricity throughout the day.
Wind power is very low c...
STATE POTENTIAL IN MW
KARNATAK 4120
GUJARAT 3100
ANDHRA PRADESH 2200
MADHYA PRADESH 1920
TAMILNADU 1900
RAJASTHAN 1210
WES...
 80% Depreciation in the first year.
 Operation and maintenance costs are low.
 Zero input fuel cost.
 Pay back in sho...
 We conclude that the wind power generation in India
has a bright future since generation rate is increasing
almost at 25...
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Natural resource wind energy

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  • 1. Title: Natural Resource-Wind Energy Submitted To: S.P.University V.V.Nagar. Name: Nishant Chaturvedi Roll No:3396 College: AMCOST
  • 2.  Wind carries enormous quantity of energy.  Wind energy is mainly used to generate electricity. Wind is called a renewable energy source because the wind will blow as long as the sun shines.  Wind energy is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions when it displaces fossil-fuel-derived electricity.  When wind strikes an object, it exerts a force in an attempt to move it out of the way. Some of the winds’ energy is transferred to the object, in this case the windmill, causing it to move.
  • 3.  Wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the form of mechanical energy  The wind turbine works opposite to the fan  Wind turbines use wind to make. The wind turns the blade, which spin the shaft which connect to the generator and makes electricity.
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  • 5. . A Wind Turbine Blades Tower Pitch Generato Rotor
  • 6.  A ministry of non-conventional energy resources was established in India. Due to effort of govt. of India today we rank fourth in the World with regard to the total wind power installation after Germany, Denmark and U.S.A. It is estimated that global wind power capacity Is 74 GW an India has 20,000 MW out of the gross capacity of 45,000 MW
  • 7.  Wind turbines operate on a simple principle:  The energy in the wind turns the propeller-like blades around a rotor. The pitch of the blades makes optimum use of the wind direction.  The rotor is connected to the main drive shaft, which spins a generator to create electricity.  Wind turbines are mounted on a tower to capture the most energy. At 30 metres or more above ground, they can take advantage of faster and less turbulent wind.  Wind turbines can be used to produce electricity for a single home or building, or they can be connected to an electricity grid for more widespread electricity distribution.
  • 8.  The installed wind power generator capacity up to sept. 2006 was 6018 MW out of which 1080 MW was installed in the year 2006 itself  India is growing at rapid rate
  • 9.  The Wind blows day and night, which allows windmills to produce electricity throughout the day. Wind power is very low cost (after the initial production and installation) Wind power is clean and renewable and sustainable resource. Wind energy is a domestic, renewable source of energy that generates no pollution and has little environmental impact.
  • 10. STATE POTENTIAL IN MW KARNATAK 4120 GUJARAT 3100 ANDHRA PRADESH 2200 MADHYA PRADESH 1920 TAMILNADU 1900 RAJASTHAN 1210 WEST BENGAL 1180 KERLA 1380 ORRISA 840 OTHER STATE 2150 TOTAL 20,000
  • 11.  80% Depreciation in the first year.  Operation and maintenance costs are low.  Zero input fuel cost.  Pay back in shorter duration.  Cost of generation is almost zero after pay back period.  Zero import duty on certain parts.  Tax holidays for newer power projects for 5 years.  Wheeling to SEB is easy, so no marketing problems
  • 12.  We conclude that the wind power generation in India has a bright future since generation rate is increasing almost at 25% to 30% in the last decade it is further likely to be accelerated and by year 2012 we may be able achieve almost 50% of India’s potential of wind energy generation.