Wind Energy. By ALTEM POWER LIMITED. Defining Wind Power . Wind power is the conversion of wind energy into a useful form of energy, such as electricity, using wind turbines Wind energy systems convert the kinetic energy to more useful forms of power
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Usable as it exists
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Reduces our dependency on our natural security
Today's wind turbines are much more lightweight than the turbines used on windmills of old. The wind turbine is usually standard in design, consisting of two or more rotor blades. The energy output of a wind turbine is determined largely by the length of the blades, which installers and engineers call "sweep.“
Majorly , there are three types:
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Manufacturing Wind Turbines
TO DEVELOP BEST TECHNOLOGICAL WIND MILL AT
A DIVERSE, THRIVING & SUSTAINABLE NATURAL WORLD
TO BE A MAJOR FORCE IN CONSERVING ECO-DIVERSITY
Technical Parameters (technical parameters may change due to continuous R&D)
Wind Speed – An annual mean wind speed of 4m/s or greater
Proximity to neighbors - More than 50 mt – 100 mt from the nearest neighbor property. This in effect eliminates many urban environment
Location - Good clear run of open ground without trees or building to the south west, maximizing wind speed & minimizing turbulence.
PERSPECTIVE PLAN 2022
9.1 PERSPECTIVE PLAN FOR GRID-INTERACTIVE RENEWABLE POWER
9.1.1 In the installed renewable power capacity of 8088 MW as on 31.03.2006, which is around 6.47% of the total installed capacity of 1,25,000 MW, the resource-wise contribution is 5310 MW / 4.25% wind power, 1826 MW/1.46% small hydro power and 950MW/ 0.76% bio power. Renewable power capacity is likely to touch 10,000 MW by the end of the 10th plan.
9.1.2 The aim for the 11th Plan, as stated, is a capacity addition of 15,000 MW from renewables (14,000 MW grid-interactive and 1000 MW DPRS. By the end of the 11th Plan, renewable power capacity could be 25,000 MW in a total capacity of 2,00,000 MW accounting for 12.5 per cent and contributing around 5 per cent to the electricity mix.
9.1.3 A capacity addition of around 30,000MW is envisaged for the 12th and 13th Plans. Renewable power capacity by the end of the 13th plan period is likely to reach 54,000 MW, comprising 40,000 MW wind power, 6,500 MW small hydro power and 7,500 MW bio-power, which would correspond to a share of 5% in the then electricity-mix.
9.1.4 The perspective plan for grid-interactive renewable power is summarized in Table 9.1.
Table 9.1: Perspective plan for grid-interactive renewable power for 2022, i.e. end of 13th Plan period:
(capacity in MW)
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