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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 3, Issue 7, Part H (2017)

An analysis of commercial energy resources in India

Author(s)
R Mohan And Dr. C Muniyandi
Abstract
The study mainly focused on the commercial energy sources in India, electrical energy source is focused this paper. The energy sources that are available in the market for a definite price are known as commercial energy. By far the most important forms of commercial energy are electricity, coal and refined petroleum products. Commercial energy forms the basis of industrial, agricultural, transport and commercial development in the modern world. The objective is commercial energy provide decentralized energy supply to agriculture, industry, commercial and household sector. The data’s executed with the help of secondary data sources and it to establish and dedicated the renewable energy as well as “Special Economic Zones” (SEZ) to promote renewable energy. As far as utilization of renewable energy concerned, the prime factors like life span of the system, reliability, intermittent supply, site selection, investment and social acceptance have to be analyzed. It has also been suggested that the neural networks can be used in the energy forecasting and the fuzzy logic for energy allocation of the country.
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R Mohan And Dr. C Muniyandi. An analysis of commercial energy resources in India. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(7):526-528.
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