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Solar Wind


As per available report 2 relevant Journals, 1 Conference, are dedicated to Solar Wind and 1 article is being published on Solar Wind.

Solar wind is defined as Stream of plasma released from the upper atmosphere of the sun. It consists of mostly electrons and protons with energies usually between 1.5 and 10 keV. The stream of particles varies in density, temperature, and speed over time and over solar longitude. These particles can escape the Sun's gravity because of their high energy, from the high temperature of the corona and magnetic, electrical and electromagnetic phenomena in it.

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Scope and Importance

We study the various data about the wind, solar for generating the hybrid at small level that help to the decision makers to study the various factors in construct a Hybrid generation plant with a various minimum cost with highest generating capacity. The result shows by the experimental and theoretical data that has been able to predict the energy generation through hybrid system. For future scope different time period has been use for calculating the power and efficiency. This method motivates the engineers to install small scale solar wind hybrid system in Jodhpur region. The government of India takes a major decision towards the hybrid energy sources. The Jawaharlal Nehru solar mission (JNNSM) target to produce 20 gig-a watts up to 2022 and should 100 % Renewable up to 2050.

The solar wind flows outward supersonically to great distances, filling a region known as the heliosphere, an enormous bubble-like volume surrounded by the interstellar medium. Other related phenomena include the aurora (northern and southern lights), the plasma tails of comets that always point away from the Sun, and geomagnetic storms that can change the direction of magnetic field lines and create strong currents in power grids on Earth.

Market Analysis:

The 11th year Plan (2007-2012) of the Government of India has indicated the importance of energy in the following words:

‘Availability and access to energy are considered as catalysts for economic growth. The envisaged growth of the economy at 9% in the Eleventh Plan cannot be achieved without a commensurate increase in the availability of energy. Although there may not be severe dearth in availability of energy but it becomes increasingly important to improve and expand the available energy sources. As per the 11thYear Plan India currently ranks as the world’s seventh largest energy producer, accounting for about 2.49% of the world’s total annual energy production and is also the world’s fifth largest energy consumer, accounting for about 3.45% of the world’s total annual energy consumption in 2004.

List of Best International Conferences:

1.Wind Energy Congress
July 28-30, 2016 Berlin, Germany.

List of major Associations and Societies

1.American Wind Energy Association
2.Citizen Partnerships for Offshore Wind
3.European Wind Energy Association
4.Global Wind Energy Council
5.World Wind Energy Association
6.International Solar Energy Society
7.Solar Cookers International
8.Solar Energy Industries Association
9.Wadebridge Renewable Energy Network

List of Companies

1.Solar Energy Industries Association
2.Colorado's Solar Energy Industries Association
3.Minnesota Solar Energy Industries Association
4.Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association
5.Canadian Solar Industries Association
6.Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association
7.Florida solar energy industries association
8.Maryland DC Virginia Solar Energy Industries Association
9.Wisconsin Solar Energy Industries Association

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This page was last updated on 12th Sep, 2015

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