The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental economics, Electricity, Waste management, Electricity generation and Unit cost. Her Environmental economics research incorporates themes from Solar drying, Renewable energy, Financial evaluation and Cost of electricity by source. Her Electricity study also includes
Her research in the fields of Briquette, Diesel fuel, Thermal power station and Fly ash overlaps with other disciplines such as Producer gas. Her work in Electricity generation covers topics such as Agricultural engineering which are related to areas like Wood gas generator. Her research investigates the link between Unit cost and topics such as Capital cost that cross with problems in Market penetration, Gas engine and Wind power.
Her primary scientific interests are in Environmental engineering, Waste management, Environmental economics, Optics and Photovoltaic system. Her work on Biogas, Biofuel and Tonne as part of general Waste management research is often related to Kerosene, thus linking different fields of science. Her Environmental economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electricity and Renewable energy.
As part of the same scientific family, Tara C. Kandpal usually focuses on Electricity, concentrating on Unit cost and intersecting with Capital cost and Diesel fuel. Tara C. Kandpal has researched Optics in several fields, including Thermal and Concentration ratio. Her Photovoltaic system research integrates issues from Grid, Distributed generation, Control theory and Solar energy.
Tara C. Kandpal mostly deals with Photovoltaic system, Environmental engineering, Renewable energy, Control theory and Finance. She has included themes like Systems engineering, Techno economics, Energy development, Hybrid system and Engineering physics in her Photovoltaic system study. She combines subjects such as Yarn and Thermal power station with her study of Environmental engineering.
Her study in Renewable energy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economic growth, Environmental economics and Process engineering. Her Environmental economics research incorporates elements of Service and Renewable energy system. Her Finance research includes elements of Fossil fuel, Discounted payback period and Capital cost.
Her main research concerns Finance, Capital cost, Solar energy, Environmental engineering and Solar cooker. The Finance study which covers Fossil fuel that intersects with Solar dryer, Photovoltaic system, Energy supply and Payback period. Tara C. Kandpal interconnects Concentrated solar power and Solar power in the investigation of issues within Capital cost.
Her Solar energy research includes themes of Heating system and Steam cooking. Her work deals with themes such as Scientific method, Waste management, Natural resource economics and Parabolic trough, which intersect with Environmental engineering. Her research integrates issues of Tax credit and Thermal power station in her study of Unit cost.
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Assessment and evaluation of PV based decentralized rural electrification: An overview
Akanksha Chaurey;Tara Chandra Kandpal.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2010)
Thermal test procedure for box-type solar cookers
S.C. Mullick;T.C. Kandpal;A.K. Saxena.
Solar Energy (1987)
A techno-economic comparison of rural electrification based on solar home systems and PV microgrids.
A. Chaurey;T.C. Kandpal.
Energy Policy (2010)
Providing electricity access to remote areas in India: An approach towards identifying potential areas for decentralized electricity supply
M.R. Nouni;S.C. Mullick;T.C. Kandpal.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2008)
Renewable energy education: A global status review
Tara C. Kandpal;Lars Broman.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2014)
Review of barriers to the dissemination of decentralized renewable energy systems
Mohammed Yaqoot;Parag Diwan;Tara C. Kandpal.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2016)
Potential of fly ash utilisation in India
Ujjwal Bhattacharjee;Tara Chandra Kandpal.
Biomass gasifier projects for decentralized power supply in India: A financial evaluation
M.R. Nouni;S.C. Mullick;T.C. Kandpal.
Energy Policy (2007)
Emission characteristics of an electricity generation system in diesel alone and dual fuel modes
R. Uma;T.C. Kandpal;V.V.N. Kishore.
Biomass & Bioenergy (2004)
Energetics of coal substitution by briquettes of agricultural residues.
Pallav Purohit;Arun Kumar Tripathi;Tara Chandra Kandpal.
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