Energy Saving Classroom

Energy Saving Classroom – Save Electricity

Have you heard about the sensor operated switch to reduce energy consumption? These students have come up with a device that turns on/off the lights and fans depending on the number of people present in the room. Watch the video to know about this exciting device.

Eco Friendly Street Light That Save Electricity

Eco Friendly Street Light That Save Electricity

Street lighting provides a number of important benefits. It can be used to promote security in urban areas. Street lighting also improves safety for drivers, riders, and pedestrians. Watch this video of how a student has devised an eco friendly street light.

Future of Transport and Communication

Future of Transport and Communication

Road accidents lead to a high number of casualties every year. This model detects approaching vehicles on a turn and prevents road mishaps. It prevents waste of electricity by using solar power to operate street lights. Watch the video to know more.

Future of Transport and Communication

Future of Transport and Communication

Road accidents lead to a high number of casualties every year. This model detects approaching vehicles on a turn and prevents road mishaps. It prevents waste of electricity by using solar power to operate street lights. Watch the video to know more.

non electric churner

A Non-Electric Curd Churner – Curd Churning Method Science Model

Churning is a method of stirring cream or whole milk to produce curd, usually by using a food churn. Across many regions, women use electrical churning devices that consume a lot of electricity, are inefficient and can’t be used during power cuts. Whereas the tool developed by this student is much better than the ordinary churning machine, since … Continue reading “A Non-Electric Curd Churner – Curd Churning Method Science Model”

Mumbai - Converting energy in motor vehicles

Electricity Sector in India: Problem Solved

The country’s installed power generating capacity of 334.4 gigawatts as of January 2018, which makes it the world’s fifth-largest country. Over the last 5 years, India put up 99.21 GW of additional capacity. 91. 73 GW came from thermal sources, 5.48 GW from hydro, and 2 GW from nuclear sources. 99.92 percent of villages in … Continue reading “Electricity Sector in India: Problem Solved”