Rural Electrification by Solar Power LED’s IJTSRD
Around 25,000 villages are located in remote and inaccessible areas and hence could not be electrified through conventional grid extension in India. The functionality of the system varies across the placed and across the seasons. During rainy season on an average one luminary works 2 to 3 hours. During winter and summer on an average one luminaire works 4 to 5 hours. However, performance declines over the years. Use of kerosene is reducing in rural areas. Nearly 53 to 69 percent reported that there is significant improvement in their children’s education, and 37 to 78 per cent reported that there is improvement in the standard of living after the installation of solar lighting by LED’s. Beneficiaries now spend more time on income generating activities. Crime rate has also declined due to availability of solar street lights in the village. A basic system consists of a small solar panel, a battery, a charge controller, LED lights, and a universal outlet for charging cell-phones or other small appliances. This approach differs from the many for-profit organizations, who use conventional business strategies, simply importing their technology and sell the product with financing to those who can afford it. My community centered capacity building strategy differs from current industry players in that it allows for increased local capacity and empowerment..
by Dr. D. R. V. A. Sharath Kumar | J.Nageswar Reddy “Rural Electrification by Solar Power LED’s”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017,
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