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Karthik Karuppu is a BEE Certified Energy Auditor, CII IGBC AP and SCGJ Solar Assessor in various field areas of thermal, gas, solar power plants, buildings, municipalities, and agriculture sectors. His skills in report making always recommended, guaranteed savings of energy, oil, coal, and water along with investment and Return On Investment (ROI). He has a vast knowledge of measurement and control with online monitoring systems that give guaranteed savings. He always promotes solar-based green buildings to preserve precious natural resources and improve the quality of life, which is made possible only by adopting a new green building or retrofitting an existing structure, following eco-friendly building practices.

Venk Sitaraman is an energy engineer, his interests range from innovation to entrepreneurship in solving real-time problems, also interested in technology solutions, web development, and technical writing, especially in technology research of various interdisciplinary areas such as Green Buildings, Solar Energy, Agriculture Energy and Utilities in providing optimized energy solutions for the existing problems.

NVICO is an innovation & energy technology firm that uses a human-centred, energy-based approach to help organizations in the business, government...

 

 

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Solar Assessment Guidance

Books by Karthik Karuppu, Venk Sitaraman, NVICO

The Earth receives 174 Petawatts (PW) of incoming solar radiation at the upper atmosphere. Approximately 30 % of its radiation is reflected back to space while the rest of 71 % (124 PW) is absorbed by clouds, oceans and land masses. The world cumulative solar PV installed capacity reached almost 398 Gigawatts (GW) in 2018. This is only about 0.3 % of solar energy utilization from the sun. There is a wide gap of utilization is noticed due to lack of technology.

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Green Building Guidance

Books by Karthik Karuppu; NVICO
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Conventional buildings don’t have sustainability because of the approach of designing and the construction method. The total energy consumption calculates for all buildings account for up to 40% in India, and commercial and residential real estate combined will account for more than 2000 TWH of energy consumption by 2030. India has an expected energy deficit of around 12% which is one of the major hurdles for the government. This will result in a further inc

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