Minal Barhate, Shreem Agrawal, Vedant Alai, Derick Denny, Anand Ambadkar, Arush Ambavale, Mithil Ambhure
Department of Engineering, Sciences and Humanities (DESH), Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune, Maharashtra, India.


In this project, we explore the utilization of renewable energy derived from magnetic repulsion. By harnessing the inherent magnetic properties of neodymium magnets, our innovative approach focuses on generating power through controlled magnetic interactions. A motor, driven by the repulsive forces between these magnets, serves as the primary source of mechanical energy. This mechanical energy is then efficiently converted into electrical power to illuminate bulbs and drive fans. The unique aspect of our system lies in its reliance on the perpetual magnetic forces, offering a sustainable and eco- friendly alternative to conventional power sources. This project aims to demonstrate the feasibility and practicality of utilizing magnetic repulsion as a renewable energy source. The simplicity of the design and its potential for scalability make it an attractive option for clean energy applications. The integration of neodymium magnets not only showcases their fascinating properties but also contributes to the ongoing efforts in promoting sustainable energy solutions. Our findings suggest a promising avenue for further research and development in the realm of renewable energy. Keywords: Renewable energy, Neodymium magnets, Magnetic repulsion, Sustainable energy, clean technology