Design And Manufacturing Of Two Axis Automatic Solar Tracking System

  • Prof. S P Velapure, Abhijeet Chavan, Chirag Pingale, Bhimsing Thakur, Rajesh Mhetre


 Solar energy has experienced rapid growth in the recent years due to decreasing non renewable source and renewable energy development and utilisation. this study analyses the technical, economic and policy aspects of solar energy development. while the cost of solar energy has decreased rapidly in the resent years, it still remains much higher than cost of conventional energetic technology. solar energy technology could help increase a demand of a energy in rural and remote communities, help improve long term energy security and help to reduce carbon dioxide emission. In particular the expansion of the market for grid-connected distributed PV systems. overcoming current technical and economic barries will requires research and continue development, and to reduce costs of initial investment and to improve production efficiency.