CASE STUDY: Harnessing Wind Energy At Tareybhir: A Success Story

Rai, Bikash
February 2015
Electronics For You;Feb2015, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p147
Case Study
The article describes a wind turbine installation project in Tareybhir, a tourist attraction in south Sikkim, India, with high winds throughout the year. Topics discussed include the specifications of the wind turbine with solar redundancy system, and a proposal to build a 5-kilowatt and a street light at Tareybhir following the prototype.


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