ELECTRICITY

ELECTRICITY

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
00:18
Uttarakhand Total power output: 399.5MW
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
01:08
GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANTS
01:10
Karnataka Total power output (ONLY thermal NOT geothermal power plants): 8846.3MW
01:12
Uttarakhand Total power output: 20MW
01:14
TIDAL ENERGY
01:16
Karnataka Total power output: 10MW
01:18
Uttarakhand ---
01:21
summarise and conclusions
01:24
As an overview when compared and analysed between the electrical scenario of Uttarakhand and Karnataka, Karnataka has a higher power output along with nuclear and ocean power plants .
01:26
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 power stations
01:28
Both the states should focus more on the upgradation of their electricity sector and specially Uttarakhand as they are unable to get required amount of electricty
01:33
BY G.TEJAS 10-B