Gallery: Delhi University Students to Harness Wind Energy Produced by M...


Students of the Kalindi Colege at Delhi University have received approval to pilot a project that will use the high-speed winds generated by metro trains to produce energy. The team of 10 students and two teachers developed a proposal that consists of small turbines placed strategically throughout Delhi’s 196-kilometer metro network.

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  1. Mony Mostafa November 1, 2013 at 6:43 am

    hi,my name is mony i interested to this project..please,how i connect the team of the project ?

  2. Jostein Aamodt April 18, 2013 at 2:51 am

    My name is Jostein Aamodt. I featured in Skaperen(Bergen, Norway) some ten years ago or so. Now, what we need to do in the future is to create more tunnels. Frequent ones, not lenghty, to produce the most powerful and litter-free energy-harnesses. Where view can be sacrificed, ofcourse.
    Good luck in bettering the world, students. Good to see that the experts aren`t laughing anymore

  3. diamonds61 March 13, 2013 at 2:22 am

    If you can contact the team, please inform that as part of the project, they should also analyze increase in the electrical energy to run the trains, and whether there is actually any savings, or just notional.

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