ELECTRICITY FULL

ELECTRICITY FULL

Published on 24 October 2020
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Transcript
00:00
PROJECT: ELECTRICITY IN KARNATAKA AND UTTARKHAND
00:05
This video gives you the comparison and analysis of electric scenario of Karnataka (Karunadu ) and Uttarakhand(Devbhoomi)
00:11
SO LETS START
00:12
COAL BASED POWER PLANTS
00:16
Karnataka Total power output: 9.8GW Available resource: limited
00:18
Uttarakhand Nil
00:22
HYDRO ELECTRICITY
00:25
Karnataka
00:29
Uttarakhand
00:31
No. of power stations: 24
00:33
No. of power stations: 19
00:36
Total power output:3644MW
00:38
Total power output:1956MW
00:42
NUCLEAR POWER PLANT
00:44
Karnataka
00:46
Uttarakhand
00:48
Kaiga nuclear power plant output: 880mw
00:50
No nuclear power plants
00:54
WIND ENERGY
00:56
Karnataka Total power output: 4.55MW
00:58
Uttarakhand Total power output: 2.4MW
01:01
SOLAR ENERGY
01:03
Karnataka Total power output: 40MW
01:05
Uttarakhand Total power output: 44MW
01:10
TIDAL ENERGY
01:12
Karnataka Total Power output: 10MW
01:14
Uttarakhand ---
01:17
summarise and conclusions
01:19
As an overview when compared and analysed between the electrical scenario of Uttarakhand and Karnataka, Karnataka has a higher poweroutput along with nuclear and ocean power plants . And karanataka has higher amount of sources of resources that are unlimted i.e the renewable resources.
01:25
Power sector of Uttarakhand is raising at good paceand will definitely contribute towards overall energy demand of country, major part of this is from the hydro powerstations.
01:28
Both the states should focus more on the upgradation of their electricity sector and specially Uttarakhand as they are unable to meet the amount of energy required.
01:32
we should aim to save maximum amount of sources of non renwable resources for the future purposes and for electricity by using ample amount of un of resources that are renewable like solar, wind and hydroelectricity which will be less harmfull for the environment.
01:34
As the amount of sources of energy is reducing, we should start preserving these limited sources like coal and fossil fuels.
01:37
From a study, the electricity produced is lesser than that of the electricity produced which means there isnt enough energy for supply. SO CONSERVATION OF EELECTRCITY AND LIMITED RESOURCES ARE VERY IMPORTANT.
01:41
BY G.TEJAS 10-B