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Determination of optimal areas for the design of diesel, wind, biomass and photovoltaic networks independent of the network for domestic load
Farhad Farahmand *, Ali Asghar Shojaei Dr.
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Nowadays, the use of new energies as scattered sources of production has increased dramatically throughout the world. This paper aims to study the technical and economic parameters of a diesel, wind, photovoltaic, biomass and battery system for a large indirect electricity user In eastern Iran. As a case study, the feasibility of implementing a hybrid system to meet the needs of the population of the residential community with a load factor of 0.25 was investigated. The design is intended to reduce system costs over its 20-year life span. Homer software design in order to Modeling the systemchr('39')s performance and identifying its optimal areas is based on technical, economic, and environmental analysis. At the end, the proposed model, along with the anomaly, radiation, fuel prices and cost of biomass related to the eastern parts of Iran, has been simulated with the help of Homer software. Finally, by comparing the results obtained, it can be concluded that with the proper design of resources Dispersal production can reduce a significant amount of costs and make economic use of renewable energy.
Keywords: Renewable Energy, Wind Energy, Biomass, Photovoltaic, Homer.
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/05/25 | Accepted: 2018/11/17 | Published: 2018/11/20


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