Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science


Author’s Name : Biplobjyoti Saikia | Sanjib Hazarika

Volume 04 Issue 06 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 101-103

Abstract – Energy growth is directly linked to well-being and prosperity across the globe. Meeting the growing demand for energy in a safe and environmentally responsible manner is a key challenge. In this time of global market uncertainty, one thing we do know is that the world needs energy and in increasing quantities to support economic and social progress and build a better quality of life, in particular in developing countries. But providing this energy around the globe comes with a responsibility and commitment to developing and using our resources responsibly. We are committed to protecting both people and the environment and making positive economic contributions. This case study is done to design a stand-alone street lighting system which will be proposed to implement for security lighting in rural areas.The existing lighting system has major drawback of high power consumption. This drawback can be minimized by using Solar energy is an efficient  source of energy as adequate solar radiation is available in this area.

Keywords – Solar Energy; Power Consumption; Street Lighting; Environment


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