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Revolution of Textile Spinning through PV Solar Power

Just recently we have established small spinning mill of 2200 spindles in a remote village in Bhavnagar District. It is just same machinery as conventional spinning mill i.e. Blow room, card, draw frame, speed frame, 5 ring frames of 440 spindles and cone winding machine. We have connected cotton ginning with it to produce lint cotton. I am sure it will be highly profitable. We have purchased old running machinery from Ahmadabad and shifting it to a village. I have decided not to earn a single rupee from this activity. During this process, I am pondering over further decentralization of ...

Engineering Colleges Can Make India As Solar Paradise

Dear Principal, Are you interested that your students take pivotal role in re shaping Indian economy to make the country as solar paradise? Here is the way. Main source of energy in India is through coal based giant thermal power plants. It is highly polluting industry. If we want to switch over to green energy of solar thermal power plants to replace coal based power plants, 2 crores of tiny solar thermal power plants are required to be established in India. To achieve this purpose, the first necessity is to establish tiny solar thermal power plant in each and every ...

Solar Power Plants MW or KW

Solar power has come as a blessing to the humanity, not only to provide energy to all but to save humanity from the evils of industrial revolution. The biggest evil of industrial revolution in last two centuries is the concentration and centralization of wealth and resources and also huge political powers in the handful of people. So huge factories, mass production, big industrial and financial corporations, big cities, huge network of transport, huge scale mining, giant thermal power houses, giant cement factories, huge dams, huge skyscrapers etc are emerged in the world which exploit billions of people, throwing them into ...

SOLAR SPINNING OF 6000 MILLION KG LINT COTTON IN FARMS

SOLAR SPINNING OF 6000 MILLION KG LINT COTTON IN FARMS Cotton is grown in the farms. So it is quite natural that it should be processed in the farms. With the advent of small 10 KW solar power plants costing Rs 6 lakhs, millions of such 10 kw solar power plants should be installed in farms for water pumping mainly. But water pumping is not required daily and for all 12 months. So intermittently solar power will be surplus. This surplus power can be ideally utilized for further processing of cotton. India produces 600 crores of kg of lint cotton ...