Energy Resource Allocation for Sustainable Development: A Case Study

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The focus of present research paper was to investigate the energy availability from agricultural crop residue, animal waste and present energy consumption patterns of three villages (Thudoor, Yedehalli and Bilaki)of Shivamogga District, Karnataka state. The integrated energy plan for selected villages is prepared coveringgeographic and demographic characteristics and present energy consumption pattern. The results indicate that,the electricity generated from crop residue using gasifier technology and fluidized bed gasification can meet about 25.6, 38.49 and 52% of the total electrical energy demand of Thudoor, Yedehalli and Bilaki villages respectively. Results of mean volume of biogas yield from the use of animal waste (cow dung) were 748.8 m3,883.2 m3 and 291.84 m3 of bio gas/day in Thudoor, Yedehalli and Bilaki villages respectively. The amount of biogas produced is sufficient to meet 100% cooking energy demand of the villages


Agro waste % Biogas % Energy planning % Rural energy security % Sustainable development


H.B. Suresh

Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering,J.N.N. College of Engineering, Shivamogga, Karnataka, India Corresponding Author

L.K Sreepathi

Department of Mechanical Engineering, J.N.N. College of Engineering, Shivamogga, Karnataka, India

H.M Ravikumar

Department of Electrical Sciences, Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management,Mangalore, Karnataka, India