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Design, analysis and optimal sizing of standalone PV/diesel/battery hybrid energy system using HOMER
M. Thirunavukkarasu,
Published in IOP Publishing Ltd
Volume: 937
Issue: 1
Now that the world's most important problems are the lack of fossil fuel reserves, we need to find a solution to preserve non-renewable resources and replace them with other renewable resources such as solar power. The next focus is on the rising level of undesired gases, such as carbon dioxide, etc. There is a need to regulate the impact of such greenhouse gases. This paper mainly intentional to situate optimal scheduling and to meet the power demand profile by the utilization of available solar energy resources. Considering the above data we have put forth an attempt to scrutinize the leverage of distributed Generation considering solar energy, alone can vary, when associated together they give a dependable wellspring of vitality as a DG is utilized as reinforcement unit for the crisis. So consolidating a solar powered energy source with a diesel generator provides reliable generation, utilizing independent sunlight based renewable power system for a chose area in Vellore region, Tamil Nadu, India. The principle goal of this paper is to decide the optimal sizing dependent on different designs, moreover reduce the cost parameters such as, total net preset Cost (TNPC), system cost of Energy (COE), unmet electric load, CO2 emissions by utilizing HOMER Software. It is found that the PV/Diesel/converter combination provides optimal results which providing vitality with 0% unmet load at the minimum electricity cost, which is diminished from$ 0.672 to $0.319/Kwh. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.
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