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Decentralized power generation: the future of efficient power transmission and distribution

March 11th, 2019 | Make a comment | Posted in Power quality
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Traditionally, there are three major steps in the provision of consumers with electricity. They are generation, transmission, and distribution.

Today let’s talk about Decentralized generation as a system thanks to this article from Uko, graduate of mechanical engineering in Nigeria.



Why Energy Crisis is a Global Concern?

February 26th, 2013 | Make a comment | Posted in Others
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What Is Energy Crisis?

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Energy crisis has been an aggravating issue for world for the last few decades. The main reason for the crisis is the world’s dwindling energy resources & lack of proportionality of energy between nations. The oil prices have surged up to such levels that it has become very difficult for Power Plants to use oil as fuel for generating power.

Main reason for this upsurge in oil prices is the political instability in the oil rich nations. Energy crisis has turned out to be the most pressing issue not just for developing nations but also for developed nations. According to a survey by IEA energy usage has skyrocketed in the last two decades because of rapid advancement in technology, industrialization & increased dependence of users on energy. It is predicted that this trend will continue to increase over the next few decades & keeping theses stats under consideration energy crisis principally becomes a global concern.

This post will unfold those factors that aided in Energy Crisis becoming a global concern and would also explain sequentially on how to resolve each factor & which measures must be taken to use & generate energy economically.


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