IJRE – Volume 6 Issue 2 Paper 1



Volume 06 Issue 01  Year 2019  ISSN No:  2349-252X  Page no: 1- 3


Abstract – Wireless Power Transmission has been attracting a wide range of subjects in various fields and also become a highly active research area because of their potential in providing high technology to our daily lives. The wireless power transmission will be mandatory to use in the near future because this technology enables the transmission of electrical energy from a power source to an electrical load across an air gap without any interconnecting wire. In this presentation, we describe wireless power transmission using electrostatic excitation method.

Keywords – Twin alignment system, Solar panel 


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