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A new solar technology introduced by Jyothi Solar Power Projects

By Solar Times Bureau
using two new technologies together with the existing photo-voltaic (PV) panel system, 91 per cent of the Sun’s energy could be converted into electrical power

Jyoti Solar Power Projects a solar energy equipment manufacturer Vijaywada based, works on R&D on new and improved solar technologies and equipments for more efficient production. The company recently have introduced two new technology on solar energy, along with that they have found by using two new technologies together with the existing photo-voltaic (PV) panel system, 91 per cent of the Sun’s energy could be converted into electrical power.         This technology is new and this is the first type of technology which can convert sun’s energy instantly into electricity with such a huge outcome of 91 per cent.  At a meeting to showcase the technologies here on Saturday, P. Lakshminarayana, Director-Technical of the company said they had applied for patents.

The new invention in the technology is that they include ‘Twintin’, a system based on sensors that could synchronise PV panels with the Sun’s movement, thus capturing maximum heat and a Multi-Junctional Device (MJD) with Nano technology that could instantly convert solar energy into electrical power.

When asked about the product launch in the market, he said it would be a few more months for the necessary approvals and stamp of recognition to come. “We have already got patent approvals by the Indian Research Association,” he stated. Government of India would get royalty for 20 years for the first international research patent (Space Solar Exploratory Research). In two months, the company’s technical team would prove the technology by generating 40 megawatts of solar power in the presence of scientists from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, USA.

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