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Development of Rose Model for Hybrid Renewable Energy Generation and Analysis of Carbon Foot Printing QOS Parameters

Manjusha Sham Patil; Anwar Mubarak Mulla

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Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publication(BEIESP)

The risk presented by world-wide weather transformation is known and so the government panel about weather transformation prompts that guidelines need to be consider limiting world-wide median temperature boost. I expect effective strategies meant for the statistic and administration of GHG exhausts for aim for positioning and determining the accomplishment of climate change minimization activities. ‘Carbon footprints’ are progressively being acknowledged as an important signal in the arena of GHG and carbon exhausts supervision. During COVID-19 pandemic the GHG percentage dropped considerably for a moment worldwide, but there is an immense need of lowering carbon foot printing with development of new hybrid renewable energy sources. This paper presents the innovative development in the same direction by development of rose model for automation of energy plants to reach its installed capacity with identification of MPPT along with optimum ratio of demand-supply. Paper also presents the analysis of proposed developments.

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