International Journal of Contemporary Research In Multidisciplinary, 2024;3(1):195-202

Residue Energy and Residue Utilisation Pattern in Son Watershed Biomass Power Plants

Author Name: Dr. Gopal Sonkar

Paper Type: research paper
Article Information
Paper Received on: 2024-01-20
Paper Accepted on: 2024-02-22
Paper Published on: 2024-02-26

The paper presents the ground reality of crop residue consumption patterns as an alternative energy resource. The electricity and heat produced by residues present a highly feasible approach for addressing the energy requirements of small villages. Moreover, residues make them independent and develop regional self-resource-based power. Several benefits of energy derived from crop residues, such as their widespread availability and variable distribution, distinguish it from other renewable energy resources. The study conducted a primary survey to address concerns about five biomass power plant residue consumption patterns in the Patna and Rohtas districts. An applied research approach shapes the study through quantitative and qualitative methods. The study demonstrates sustainable and alternative energy development. The concept of crop residue-based energy is framed in the context of increasing ecologically based energy capacity


Residue-Energy; Bioenergy Task 29 project; Gasifier; Wheat straw; Rice straw; Rice husk; Arhar straw; Arhar husk and Maize straw

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Dr. Gopal Sonkar. Residue Energy and Residue Utilisation Pattern in Son Watershed Biomass Power Plants. International Journal of Contemporary Research in Multidisciplinary. 2024: 3(1):195-202

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