Solar Photovoltaics Programme in India — an Overview View Full Text


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DATE

1987

AUTHORS

J. Gururaja

ABSTRACT

The solar photovoltaics programme constitutes an important component of the national programme on the development and utilization of new and renewable sources of energy (NRSE). Solar photovoltaics technology is one of the most promising renewable energy technologies. It is particularly relevant to rural development activities because the electric power which becomes available through PV conversion of solar energy, despite its present higher initial cost, can in fact act as a strong catalyst in the development of rural areas far from electrical grids. Significant cost reduction expected in the foreseable future would make the technology even more attractive for a wide variety of applications. In fact most experts believe that if PV technology is pursued vigorously and if the expected breakthroughs are realized, it can radically change the methods of electric power production and distribution. In this sense it is considered as a revolutionary technology. More... »

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1-7

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TITLE

Physics and Technology of Solar Energy

ISBN

978-94-010-8248-8
978-94-009-3941-7

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