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Title: Management and technical economic analysis of a hybrid system (wind/diesel) in southern Algeria

 

Authors: Abdelhamid Ksentini; Ahmed Bensalem; El-Bahi Azzag

 

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Department of Electrical Engineering, El-hadj Lakhdar University, Batna, 05000, Algeria
Department of Electrical Engineering, El-hadj Lakhdar University, Batna, 05000, Algeria
Department of Electrical Engineering, Badji Mokhtar University, Annaba, 23000, Algeria

 

Abstract: The increase in energy sources using fossil fuels is the main source of pollution. Diesel power stations are adapted to remote sites of energy sources. From an economic and technical point of view the integration of a hybrid system is beneficial. In this situation, the combination of hybrid power system (wind-diesel-battery)-based renewable energy is a strategy for the use of three complementary sources that will be suitable for continuity of service, reducing energy costs, longevity of the generator and the elimination of part of the greenhouse gas, this is the reason that motivated us to develop this product that addresses the optimal management of the production of electronic system energy to weather conditions (wind speed, temperature, relief) and the technical and economic analysis to meet our energy requirements to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.

 

Keywords: wind energy; wind power; hybrid power systems; modelling; rural electrification; energy management; diesel power stations; energy costs; Algeria; technical analysis; economic analysis; battery power; generator lifetime; optimal management; wind speed; temperature; GHG emissions; greenhouse gases.

 

DOI: 10.1504/IJETP.2016.074492

 

Int. J. of Energy Technology and Policy, 2016 Vol.12, No.1, pp.60 - 83

 

Submission date: 03 Jun 2015
Date of acceptance: 24 Aug 2015
Available online: 01 Feb 2016

 

 

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