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Under Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s leadership, a giant mission has been set up: The SOLAR MISSION OF INDIA.
The chief objective of this solar mission proposed by Modi is to install solar power plant of 100GW (GigaWatt) capacity by the year 2022. It was initially pronounced to be a 22 GW plant but recently it has been extended up to 100. For achieving this very target, it has been announced by the cabinet that they are spending good money of Rs. 15050 Crore as capital.
The dominance of this introduced mission can be analyzed by the very fact that even the ‘WORLD BANK’ has understood its importance and patted India’s shoulder for thinking this way. It has mentioned in one of its reports that the introduction of solar power like this, the one with cheaper conventional power will help in reducing the tariff impact on the distribution utilities.
GAME CHANGER. Why and how?
Apparently, what has been proposed by the Indian government is to achieve the objective within 5 years whereas, a country like China has proposed to achieve the same but in double the years i.e. 10 years.
If India ends up in successfully attaining its goal, it can prove to be a game changer and take a step ahead of China. The way other the countries perceive India will totally turn the table and will help India achieving a bigger position there in the United Nations.
As of now, looking at the magnificence of the mission, it is being expected that the leading global solar companies will be attracted towards it like it did in Gujarat.
Mr. Modi has promised to provide electricity by the end of this decade to each and every house of the country. In order to fulfill the promise, a plant predominated by renewable energy resources of 250 GW capacity has already been installed.
This solar mission, if successful can help India reach heights as until now, none of the countries have been able to look at the solar energy as a 24/7 power supply. This will change entire India’s condition including the poorest of the villages by illuminating each and every house. Contact Us Now :- Website :- www.windvoltz.com
The train, which features restored vintage carriages with flexible solar panels on their roofs, will travel between its solar-charging train station and a resort property in Byron Bay.
The Byron Bay Railroad Company is putting a disused track to work again with a restored “derelict heritage train” that has been converted to be 100% solar powered. The not-for-profit company refurbished a 3-kilometer stretch of tracks, as well as a bridge, between the town of Byron Bay, where a 30kW solar array, battery storage system, and charging station has also been installed, and the nearby Elements of Byron Bay resort.
The solar train features a 6.5kW solar array comprised of flexible solar panels on the roofs of the carriages, which can together carry up to 100 passengers at a time. The rooftop solar array will feed into the onboard 77kWh battery, which also gets partially charged between trips by the station’s solar array. According to RenewEconomy, the battery is about the same capacity as that in a Tesla Model S, but the solar train only requires about 4kWh to travel each leg of the trip, so there is plenty of juice for it to make “12-15 runs off a single charge,” and the regenerative braking feature will allow the train to recoup “around 25% of the spent energy each time the brakes are applied.”
The train was originally intended to be put into service as a diesel unit, but after “a fair bit of community resistance” to the idea of having a diesel train running there, the company explored the option of using an electric drive system coupled with a solar charging station, and found it to be a feasible alternative. The original carriages, which were built in 1949 at Chullora Railway Workshops in Sydney using lightweight aluminum aircraft technology (the facility was used from 1942-1945 to build bombers) were restored by Lithgow Railway Workshop.
All of the train’s systems, including traction power, lighting, control circuits, and air compressors, are powered by solar (via the battery), which the company believes qualifies it “as a world first.” The Byron Bay solar train also includes one of the original two diesel engines as an emergency backup in the event of a fault in the electric drive system. More information about the service, which is set to begin December 16th, is available at the website.
And if you needed another reason to go to Byron Bay other than just to ride a solar train, remember that it’s also the most spiritual place on Earth.