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A Review at the Utilization of Renewable Energy in an Agricultural Operation

Rohit Babu (), Saurav Raj () and Bugatha Ram Vara Prasad ()
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Rohit Babu: Lendi Institute of Engineering and Technology
Saurav Raj: Institute of Chemical Technology, Marathwada Campus
Bugatha Ram Vara Prasad: Lendi Institute of Engineering and Technology

Biophysical Economics and Resource Quality, 2021, vol. 6, issue 4, 1-13

Abstract: Abstract Faced with an increasing demand for food and unstable fuel markets, research into more environmentally sustainable sources was expedited. One of the significant overhead costs for favorable climate management in greenhouse cultivation is energy. Using a wind–solar clean energy grid to monitor greenhouse ecosystems decreases fuel usage while improving greenhouse output sustainability. Different agricultural techniques can benefit from the usage of potential renewable energy sources, which can be used to help alleviate the energy shortage that exists in both rural and urban regions while also slowing the rate of dreadful environmental conditions. In addition, suitable agricultural extension services are required to instruct, enlighten, and disseminate this knowledge to rural areas in order to facilitate alternative energy production, management, monitoring, and assessment. The purpose of this study is to examine the use of renewable energy in an agricultural operation.

Keywords: Agriculture operations; Renewable energy application; Solar and wind energy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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