Renewable Energy Sources

Dubey, Sourabh
December 2012
International Proceedings of Computer Science & Information Tech;2012, Vol. 56, p97
Academic Journal
In today's world the "energy" is one of the most talking topics. The scientists of almost all countries are working on to reduce the energy consumption or to use energy in an efficient way: basically, trying to increase the usage of renewable resources of energy rather than the usage of non-renewable resources of energy. The objective of the paper is to come up with some innovative ideas to optimize the renewable resources of energy in an efficient way so that to contribute in the reduction of energy crisis.


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