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Abstract

In the year 2018, the world has consumed roughly 1,60,000 TWh (TeraWatt Hour) of energy. 35% of that was produced from Natural Oil, another 25% from coal. Only about 5% was harnessed from Solar Radiations and another 8% from Wind. We need to preserve the non-renewable fuels and switch to the renewable sources and more eco-friendly sources. We propose a system that harnesses energy from multiple renewable sources at once thus making it efficient in multiple weather conditions and also extremely eco-friendly.

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Energy Eco-friendly Technology Environmental Engineering Solar Power Wind Mill

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Verma, A., Singha, H., Singh, N. K., Singh, N., & Yadav, P. K. (2020). Multi weather power generator. [email protected] - Preprint Archive, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.36375/prepare_u.a75

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