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This technology can power Indian Armed Forces even in war like situation: Dr. Bhaskar

DR. Srinivas Bhaskar Chaganti speaking to Climate Samurai said that his technology can provide green power to Indian Armed forces even in war like situation where solar and wind energy can be easily targeted by the enemies.

The Hyderabad based scientist has spent over 20 years of his life working on Flywheel Power Multiplication and telling the world how clean energy can be generated at just 5 paisa a Kwh.

Appreciating the work of Indian Air Force (IAF) Dr. Bhaskar said “our forces did really commendable job”.

He added -as our army doesn’t see whether its day or night , rainy or sunny when it comes to protecting our nation, in same way this technology can generate power throughout the year without seeing whether it cloudy or windy out there.

Solar energy and wind farms located near the border or in states which are close to those areas can easily become target of cross border shelling. Once damaged the solar panels needs to be handled and disposed of properly due to the toxic compounds used inside. Among the compounds found in solar panels is cadmium and lead, extremely toxic metals. There are a number of other toxic and hazardous materials used in the production of solar panels including gallium arsenide, copper-indium-gallium-diselenide, hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, nitric acid, hydrogen fluoride, 1,1,1-trichloroethane, and acetone.

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Beside the environmental impact, it would take lot of time to make these solar power plants operational, in that case Flywheel Power Multiplication is the only solution. This technology can be placed inside the bunkers and is not dependent on solar and wind power to generate green energy said Dr. Bhaskar.

He further added “wish the government understands urgency and the need to bring in these type of technology into the mainstream energy segment.”

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