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Overview

The energy sector has become a matter of more concern over the years due to the fast rising petrol and diesel prices over the globe. Heavy reliance upon the conventional fossil fuels has given birth indefinite headaches for the world economy. So the need of the hour is to rely more upon the non-conventional sources like Sun, Wind and Bio Mass.


Non- Conventional and Renewable Energy Sources:

  

Wind Energy

  

Solar Energy

  

Bio-fuel

  

Hydro Energy

  

Geothermal


Needs

Energy Conservation: Energy conservation has emerged as a major policy objective. It requires large energy consumers to adhere to energy consumption norms; new buildings to follow the Energy Conservation Building Code; and appliances to meet energy performance standards and to display energy consumption labels.


Component Tracking: Non- Conventional and Renewable Energy Sources have various components which need to be tracked and identified. For example:

  

Solar-farms - Photovoltaic cells

  

Wind energy - turbines

  

Hydro-energy generators have various components such as pumps, motors, cylinders, valves.

As seen above, renewable energy is typically generated using many assets outside the boundaries of a conventional power generation plant, and this presents a real challenge to keep track of these assets, their origin, configuration and maintenance history.


Technology Benefits:

Using technologies such as RFID, NFC, Biometrics, CCTV, Smartcards, GPS and more it is easier to track and control the energy consumption and also asset management.

  

By applying high memory RFID tags to components in solar-farms and wind-turbines, it is possible to derive benefits throughout the entire life of the components, by having immediate access to not only part identity but to all the information needed at the "point of use".

  

The manufacturing unit can record internal manufacturing data on the component, including source, batch data, and performance data needed for process control and optimization.

  

The installation organization can record where components were installed; both for traceability purposes and also to gather valuable predictive information related to the performance and failure modes of installed equipment;

  

The operating organization can have instant access to accurate configuration data and maintenance history, plus valuable performance data.


Solutions

Coresonant® solutions for Energy industry:

  

PVID System - A comprehensive product developed for Solar energy sector and fully compliant with MNRE guidelines

  

Tool Tracking System

  

Solar Panel Tracking and more

Key benefits of our solutions:

  

Improved raw material forecasting

  

Enhanced shipping verification

  

Real-time accountability of work-in-progress (WIP)

  

Authenticity control