Renewable energy development has become a
major focus in the effort to overcome environmental
challenges and dependence on fossil energy sources. In
this regard, innovation in the field of mechanical
engineering has an important role in advancing the
development and utilization of renewable energy. This
abstract discusses several mechanical engineering
innovations that contribute to the development of
renewable energy. First, the design and development of
wind turbines is one of the most important innovations in
renewable energy. in renewable energy. Mechanical
engineering has helped improve the efficiency capture
power, and reliability of wind turbines. Innovations
include the development of more efficient propellers,
intelligent control systems, and lighter and more durable
turbine designs. In addition, new technologies such as
offshore wind turbines and vertical wind turbines have
brought new options in the utilization of wind energy.
presented new options in wind energy utilization.
Secondly, innovations in the field of solar cells have also
contributed to the development of renewable energy.
renewable energy. Mechanical engineering has helped
improve the efficiency of conversion efficiency and reduce
the production cost of solar cells. Innovations include the
development of more efficient materials, advanced solar
energy storage technologies, and easier integration of
solar cell systems with existing infrastructure. solar cell
systems with existing infrastructure. In addition,
innovations in mechanical engineering are also seen in
bioenergy development. Bioenergy production processes
such as bioethanol and biodiesel have been aided by
innovations in reactor design, biomass processing, and
feedstock refining. Mechanical engineering has also
played an important role in the development of
technologies such as biomass gasification and anaerobic
fermentation. biomass gasification and anaerobic
fermentation to produce energy from organic waste.
Keywords : Process, Implementation, Mechanical Engineering, Development, Energy, Automation.