Yes, this is possible. Hello, Welcome to Someone. Somewhere. And, thank you for all your support. Today, we're a family of 58 members. And we have delivered 12 success stories in last one and a half years. And this wouldn't have been possible without you. I am sure that together, we can redefine India. Our next project is to bring electricity to a tribal village. This village named Kahtisitra lies on the border of Gujarat and Rajasthan. There are 100 families in the village that live in complete darkness. We wish to bring solar electricity to their homes.
And, we need your support in this task. Don't ask that who is responsible for this sorry state of the village. We saw a problem and we wish to fix it wihtout asking any questions. The way The Ugly Indian is doing it work on, mouth shut. Similarly, we want to work and not ask any question because this is also a part of our country. And, I am quite sure that when we come together, we can make India shine and rise. In one kit, there are two solar lamps and one mobile charger that costs around INR 25,003,000.
So, to light up homes of 100 families, we'll be needing around INR 250,000350,000. The task seems difficult but I am determined that when we all come together, it will be done easily. Come, join us in the Project RISE! Members of Someone. Somewhere can see our progress report on our Website. Go to our Website someonesomewhere, we have added out Progress Report in the About section. Friends, there are plenty of villages that need such work but we want to start from this village. Will you join us To join hands, check the Get Involved section in our Website.
Welcome to the Teeny Greeny my name is Rob Greenfield and this is my off the grid in the city tiny house life Last Fall I left my apartment to live a simpler life I left behind the convenience of living on the electrical grid it was all too easy for me to waste energy when I had a seemingly infinite supply at the flip of a switch or push of a button Here at the Teeny Greeny I harvest my energy from the sun with these solar panels I thought about getting a whole larger system.
So that I could charge large appliances but I decided I didn't really need that much electricity and I wanted to keep things simple I've got this 20watt panel from Goal Zero and this 36watt panel from Endless Sun Solar both of them charge a battery and can also charge devices directly too This gives me plenty of energy to charge my laptop Powerup the 3 watt light bulb in my house my bike lights and my headlamp and shave my beard Most of the things that take electricity have an electricity free alternative.
I use this oldschool press to make my orange juice I don't need a fridge because i buy dried goods and purchase small quantities of produce at a time Since I eat a planet based diet I don't have to worry about meat either and And I don't use a microwave because I cook from scratch and spend time with my food my stove uses propane I do my laundry off the grid too and hang it out to dry Instead of watching TV I spend my time outdoors or with my friends.
And I'm going to build a bicycle powered blender too I found that I just don't need much electricity at all and that my life is much more stressfree without all the electronic gagdets Also it's easier to produce all the energy I need with solar panels If I reduce my needs but my entire life isn't off the grid When I'm at a friends house of course I use the grid and I plug in my computer at the coffee shop or library One day, we'll all have renewable energy.
How MPPT is Beter Than PWM Solar Charge Controller SuKam Comparison Kit
This is the comparison kit of SuKam PWM versus MPPT solar charge controller. This kit has two channels and each channel has four meters. In four meters, the battery voltage, battery current, solar voltage and solar current are displayed. For example, let's first take the PWM charger. In the first channel, PWM charger is connected which is connected to 12V SuKam Bazooka tubular battery of 15 AH. In the second channel, MPPT solar charge controller is connected which is also connected to SuKam's Bazooka 150 AH, 12 V tubular battery. As we can see.
In the demo tool kit, both the charge controller has the same input voltage which is 17.4V. This means we have applied 17.4V to PWM and to MPPT charger as well. Now we will switch the battery on. Now we have connected the battery to PWM charger. Its battery voltage is 12.5V which is displayed in the panel. Similarly, now we will connect the battery to the MPPT charger. The voltage is displayed as 12.4V. Now both the chargers are on. Now we will check the readings on the comparison kit. First we will check the readings of PWM.
Charger. As you can see, solar voltage input has decreased from 17V to 13.7V and the battery voltage is 13.3V. Solar input current is 9amp and the battery input current is 8.9amp. Now we will check MPPT. In MPPT, the solar input current is 9amp but the battery input current is 11amp. Here we can see there is a boost in the current. At the same time, solar panel voltage is the same as applied before which is 17.4V. We can see from this demo that MPPT boosts the current in the battery.
Solar powered air conditioning
Music playing Narrator Over 50 percent of the greenhouse gas emissions you produce in your home are generated by heating, air conditioning and hot water. In other words keeping your home warm in winter, cool in summer with nice hot water on tap is emitting 2.5 to 5 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions each year. It also contributes a hefty amount to your electricity bill, between 50 to 60 percent. CSIRO has invented a new solar air conditioning system for Australian homes. This technology solution will reduce Australia's emissions, reduce your energy.
Bills and reduce our demand for electricity and gas. If every home in Australia installed our solar cooling technology it would be the equivalent of saving 15 mega tonnes of CO2 or taking 3.5 million cars off the road. CSIRO's solar air conditioning is an innovative three in one technology that provides hot water, cooling and heating. It uses only a fraction of the electricity of current systems and halves greenhouse gas emissions. The process begins with a typical solar hot water system. Water is heated by solar panels and stored in the hot water tank.
This solar hot water can then be used throughout the home, reducing the need for gas or electricity. A portion of the hot water is diverted into CSIRO's new solar air conditioning unit, which is divided into two compartments. The hot water enters a heat exchanger in the first compartment of the unit. Similar to a car radiator the heat exchanger uses the hot water to heat outside air that has been drawn into the first compartment through the vent. At the same time outside air is also being drawn into the second compartment into a desiccant wheel.
The desiccant wheel is the most critical part of the system. It is used to dry out the air before it goes into the house. Slowly turning the desiccant material in the wheel continuously absorbs moisture in the second compartment and then the absorbent material dries out in the first compartment. The desiccant material is dried out using the hot dry air generated by the heat exchanger. This air is then exhausted outside the home. The dry air from the desiccant wheel flows through an indirect evaporative cooler which creates a stream of cool dry air.
Installing Solar Panels
Photo voltaic cells are an important focus of our retrofit. The photo voltaic or PV Cells are destined for the garage roof. There is enough space there to accommodate the 1.2 kW array. Current government rebates apply to the installation of the array but rebates are subject to change so you will need to check if you qualify. The panels are mounted on aluminium frames. This is vital to ensure that they are set to the correct angle. In this location it's around 7 degrees. When it is finished we are hoping to generate about 7kwh per day which goes back into the.
Grid. It may even give us some return. The panels are interconnected and the electricity fed through to an inverter. The PV Cells have a life expectancy of more than 25 years and they are virtually maintenance free so you can be assured of getting a good return on your investment. Installing a 1.2 kW array of photovoltaic cells and connecting into the grid is a relatively simple exercise. The finished array looks very neat and in these conditions will be paying its way in no time. Ok, there it is, the photovoltaic's are installed on the roof. They are wired into here, this.
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