Product of solar enargy

Monday, October 1, 2012

Our daily need many electronic product. This product necessary solve use on solar energy system. Then we are easily protect the green house effect.

Energy Saving

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Generate the energy saving Iight & bulb manufacturing industries, implemented for producing energy saving light/bulb to minimize the use of energy. This will help Bangladesh Government’ energy policy by means of using reduced energy for getting maximum service. This is required in context of insufficient supply of electricity to meet the enormous demands from the public and private sectors. Vast majority of rural population is still outside the coverage of electricity supply which is hampering rural development and growth of potential agriculture sector that meet food need of the nation. As a result of this venture country will attain food autarky in near future. 

 The difference in power usage between low energy light bulbs and conventional light bulbs can be surprising and low energy bulbs generally last up to 15 times longer. Manufacturers typically produce low energy use bulbs with the same connections (either screw or bayonet cap) as standard light bulbs. The low energy light bulbs will not only reduce your electricity usage but also lower unwanted emissions and carbon footprint. 

With rising electricity costs, the last thing you want to do is spend money on your electrical bill. With energy saving light bulbs you can not only cut down on your electrical bill, but you can also help the environment at the same time! Another benefit to using an energy saving light bulb is that they also will last longer than your standard bulb. With these in mind, why would you use anything else? We have selected some of the best selling energy saving light bulbs that you can find. With the competitive prices and electricity savings, you are going to be a lot friendlier on your wallet!
There are quite a few energy saving light bulbs on the market. One of the most popular types of energy saving light bulbs is called the compact florescent light, or sometimes called the compact fluorescent tube. The nice thing about these energy efficient bulbs is that they are easily placed inside of most existing light fixtures that were previously used for incandescent light bulbs. The great thing about compact fluorescent lamps is that they generally give off the same amount of light as the traditional incandescent light bulb. These energy efficient light bulbs do generally cost more up front, but they will quickly save you money in the long run just on your electricity bill alone. Not to mention that these bulbs have a lifetime greater then incandescent bulbs, so you will end up saving money by not buying bulbs as often as well. Even though the purchase price may be greater to buy an energy saving light bulb, you can expect to save up to 15% of your electricity bill just from swapping out your light bulbs alone.

Solar Technology Development Prospect and Economic Potential

Saturday, April 16, 2011

A large number of studies have estimated the future potential of renewable energy technologies, both in terms of the technically feasible energy output that could be secured from each technology type, and the economic potential, taking into consideration cost and other limiting factors. 

Precise terms and definitions differ, but it is important to distinguish a number of key concepts, most of which are common to all studies: 
Available resource refers to the total amount of different forms of renewable energy available for extraction – for example the energy in ocean waves, or solar isolation levels. For several technologies (essentially solar, wind, tidal, wave and biomass), UK available resource is very large indeed. 
Technical potential (also referred to as accessible resource) refers to the amount of energy that might be extracted from the available resource, using known technologies. Again, for a number of technologies, technical potentials are very large primary energy consumption several times over. 
Practicable potential (also referred to as practicable resource) refers to the amount of the technical potential that might reasonably be accessed, taking into account various technical and physical limiting factors such as competing land and ocean use and often includes further limitations, such as electricity grid and system constraints. 

A closely related concept is accessible potential. Practicable resource is more difficult to assess in the long term, since many constraints may change over time as technologies progress, or reflecting different political/societal priorities. For the latter reason, it also tends to show significant variation between studies in different parts of the world. 
Economic potential refers to the amount of accessible potential that is economically viable, given current technology, or with future, better and cheaper technologies. Economic potential depends upon the cost of alternative/competing energy sources. It is important to note that policy may influence both the development of renewable and the cost of conventional competitors. 

Solar industries developed of the Bangladesh

The company adheres to the business objectives of ‘’science and technology innovation, industry leadership, first-class quality, efficient service’’ to read the international trend of the production technology development and application of efficient solar products, and commit to cerate a world first-class solar industry development and operation. With its powerful industrial investment and technology development strength, and close grasp of the world’s solar industry development trend, and the leadership of the world’s most advanced equipment and technology after long term preparation and development has made substantial progress in the solar product R&D and mature application of product development, etc, and now it has developed in to an enterprise with mature and complete sets of industrial development system in solar products 

 The company adheres to the principles of technology innovation, excellent products, high-quality and efficient services, and dedicates to environment protection and energy-saving, to provide solar energy products and services with outstanding cost-effective advantages to the society. Currently, with an international standardized factory of up to 20,000 square meters, investing, designing and construction 50 MW crystalline silicon solar modules with international advanced production technologies of modules and imported equipment for detection. The company mainly engaged in producing solar modules with high conversion rate. Selling solar modules in various specifications and power output, as well as solar power generation system and other solar energy application products to from a complete solar energy industry development chain, and create sound economic benefits, as well as creates social and ecological benefits and establish a good brand image in the industry and the society.

As a rising company in the worlds emerging industry, and with new equipment, technologies and products, as well as a wealth of talents, is vibrant and ambitious in pursuing excellence. With the most sincere enthusiasm, we will adhere to the core concept of “customer first, cooperation and sharing” conduct research and development and adopt the most advanced technology manufacturing the best products with a broad globalization view. Innovating and exploring, operating with good faith, creating the core competitiveness of solar industry, providing customers with quality products. Sound service making progress together with national and international friends, creating well-being for mankind’s survival and development. And making greater contributions to develop Bangladesh and the world’s energy- saving and emission-reduction cause. There is enough possibility of Joint venture investment in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is a land of possibility where commerce and business are extended regularly. Beside this the demand of fuel is increasing. If any organization invest in solar energy project will be profitable. Bangladesh government also shows his eagerness to local and foreign organization to establish in solar energy project.  

Climate change effect of Bangladesh

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Even till today, there are villages and remote areas where electricity still hasn't reached. How do these people survive? With hurricanes or lanterns there life goes on a daily basis. However still they have to purchase oil for the lanterns. There was no substitute until now. Remote villages people are surviving or farmers are going on in the old ways of burning firewood or lanterns which has been part of Bangladeshi heritage. Taking electricity to such regions is more costly and expensive and some places may require heavy digging and construction. The lines also have to be made secured. This means more construction, means more budget which will bring us to bankruptcy and deficit. It is not possible to do such construction for a country like Bangladesh; this is why we need alternative energy. We cannot wait, we need fast and diligent, research, innovation and for the betterment of greater cause, which is for Bangladesh. 
Although there are several new energy sources that we can evaluate that will be most suitable for Bangladesh, however the most effective and easy and abundance is the solar energy for the sun will provide the entire natural source. To know how solar energy works and functions, we must look at the definition of solar and how it works. Solar power in simple terms is the sunlight that we all have known and have existed for centuries and decades. The sunlight from the outer surface of our planet earth which transmits through the suns ray or light is solar power. According to the estimation of scientists and scholars it has been said, one hour of solar power on earth can meet the energy demand of the world for one year. Solar power can be used as energy source. The simple example of solar power working are dying a damp cloth in the sun and heating a bucket of water under the sunlight. In the water the damp cloth gets evaporated and the cloth becomes dry. In the case of water in the bucket, the heat is absorbed by the water particles resulting in the increase in temperature of the water.
It is high time for people of Asia especially South and South East Asia to change and work to change the energy crisis we have been facing for decades. The energy is costly not only in human factor, but in economic growth and self development of our nations. Although we may not sincerely look at the global warming and all other effects that is happening in our solar systems since it does not affect us directly, but we should know that it affects us every bit. The air we breathe, the amount of air being exhaled from the fumes, also from toxins, commercial properties, and industrial complexes it all effects us. With the ever-changing time with evolution, our water ways are becoming slowly polluted, where we are unable to receive all water source and supply to general demand. In same process power plants that used to run on hydro or water for long time and with the increase of demand due to population increase supply has become scarce as we see every day no matter where a person lives in Dhaka or other cities and towns of Bangladesh.

Climate change

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Climate change is of the utmost importance today. Even while we stress about a struggling global economy and rising energy costs, the rapid onset of climate change and global warming threatens our very livelihood. Undoubtedly, at this point our only option is to move away from greenhouse-gas-emitting fossil fuels and into clean, sources. Solar power and its partners in the renewable energy movement are our best bet toward curbing our part in climate change.
Solar energy, a predictable and abundant resource, will no doubt play a major role in that transition. According to futurologist, solar power could provide 100% of worldwide energy needs in just 20 years. That is some serious potential. Such lofty predictions are no reason to ignore other renewable technologies, but they do put solar at the forefront of climate change prevention and the impending energy overhaul.
Furthermore, countries like India have already devised Climate Change Plans which put solar power at the top of their priorities list. The United States and the Bush administration have long been criticized for vague and lackluster planning – the President’s climate change plan merely states that greenhouse gas emissions will peak by 2025.
Solar energy is abundant the world around and can be easily harnessed in both urban and rural areas, without the need for large shifts in infrastructure. The fact is, there is no longer a need to “sell” solar power, or other renewable technologies for that matter. The need now is to implement solar power.