ISSN: 1304-7191 | E-ISSN: 1304-7205
Wireless transmission of solar panel energy with the help of mutual induction
1Department of Physics, NED University of Engineering & Technology Karachi, 69230, Pakistan
2CDLE Department, PCSIR, Karachi, 75280, Pakistan
Sigma J Eng Nat Sci 2023; 41(1): 194-201 DOI: 10.14744/sigma.2023.00017
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The world is slowly shifting towards the more reusable energy sources. These include energy harvesting methods such as solar power, windmills, tidal and geothermal energy, and more. The world is also understanding the importance of proper insulation when it comes to design of buildings. One of the problems that is being automatically due to this is global warming, and other natural disasters. Solar panels play a critical role in overcoming this problem. An inverter is usually attached to solar panels to convert the DC source to an AC signal. In this work, a transmitter takes this energy, and then, through the use of Faraday’s Law, induces the power into a secondary coil through electromagnetic waves. The receiver then converts these electromagnetic waves to an alternating current, which is then transmitted, rectified, filtered and used. This work covers exactly that, and works on improving the efficiency of such wireless systems, bringing to life the vision one sought by Nikola Tesla, using clean energy.