• Abhishek Choubey Oriental Institute of Science & Technology, Bhopal,India
  • Neha Choubey School of Advanced Sciences & languages, VIT Bhopal University, India
  • Prashant Baredar Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal,India


With one of the world's biggest and most goal-oriented sustainable power source programs, India can play a main role in a sustainable power source change both regionally and globally. The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has built up a guide to 2030 to investigate different energy, innovation alternatives, featuring approaches to expand the take-up of sustainable power source beyond the country’s present policies and plans. The nation has already devoted significant interest to renewable power in its energy policy, becoming the first in the world to set up a ministry devoted fully to new and renewable energy sources as long ago as 1992.Wind and sun based policy and targets have, however, only achieved mixed success over the past two and a half decades. India has set an objective to install 175 GW of sustainable power capacity by 2022, indicating a familiarity with how the commercial centre for sustainable power source advances is evolving.Wind energy has been the fastest developing sustainable power source sector in India. Energy is imperative for the nation's financial development and improving the life standard of its resident. India has spent lots of amount on expanding its energy limit since freedom.In this paper, details have been providing about the wind energy environment of India and especially about the wind power in one of its states Madhya Pradesh where 2519.89 MW wind power is being produced so far and the potential of wind power is around 19550 MW. In this paper, the wind data of 33 sites from wind monitoring stations of Madhya Pradesh has been considered.


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Author Biographies

Abhishek Choubey, Oriental Institute of Science & Technology, Bhopal,India

Abhishek Choubey is Pursuing Ph.D from Mewar University Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India and also associated with Oriental Institute of Science and Technology, Bhopal,India. He received B.E in Mechanical Engineering from Rajiv Gandhi Technical University Bhopal (M.P) in 2006 and M.Tech in Thermal Engineering from Rajiv Gandhi Technical University Bhopal (M.P) in 2010.Hisarea of research is productivity enhancement of wind turbine with using of diffrent concept. Mr. Choubey is the member of International Association of Engineers, African Wind Energy Association and Society of Automotive Engineers,India

Neha Choubey, School of Advanced Sciences & languages, VIT Bhopal University, India

Dr. Neha Choubey is currently working as Assistant Professor in SASL Mathematics division at VIT Bhopal. She has more than 14 years of experience in teaching UG and PG classes. She has publications in renowned International and National Journals. She has authored a book published by LPA Lambert Academic Publication. Her research interest includes Numerical Analysis, Stability Analysis, Computational / Numerical Methods & their Applications to Real World Problems, Mathematical Modelling and Simulation, Computational Efficiency of Solution Procedures, Power Optimization.

Prashant Baredar, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal,India

Prashant Baredar is working at the Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal, a national importance institute of India, as Professor in Department of Energy. He published more than 100 papers in reputed journals. He has more than 22 years’ experience in research and teaching. His research area is Wind and solar energy, hybrid power plant and he got a patent for reconfigurable mechanism for wind turbine blades in 2014. Dr. Baredar is the member of the SAE, ISTE and he has guided about 14 Ph.D thesis as a supervisor.