Title: Distributed energy system based on comprehensive utilisation of solar energy and biomass energy

Authors: Dexia Kong; Zhiqiang Yao; Yihao Duan; Yulei Zhao

Addresses: School of Energy and Building Engineering, Shandong Huayu University of Technology, Dezhou 253000, Shandong, China ' Technology Department, Wucheng Defu Heat Exchange Equipment Factory, Dezhou 253300, Shandong, China ' Research and Development Department, Goertek lnc, Weifang 261000, Shandong, China ' Research and Development Center, JiangSu MICOE Solar Energy Co., Ltd., LianYunGang 222022, JiangSu, China

Abstract: Traditional energy is mostly non-renewable energy. The main advantage of distributed energy system is to use it in cogeneration of cooling, heating and power. Distributed energy takes into account the two factors of energy saving and environmental protection. Breaking the traditional single power supply, heating or cooling method has become the best way to adjust the energy structure, and has broad market application prospects. In order to understand the utilisation of solar energy and bio-intelligence, this paper collects a large number of scattered energy data information on site in real time, uses high-speed communication network to transmit data, relies on real-time database technology to process the measured data, and uses visual programming configuration tools to quickly, accurately and reliably obtain energy management information. The dimensional division and system configuration of energy management are classified in detail, and the design and development of system functions such as data collection and storage, data statistics and analysis, status monitoring and alarms have been completed. The results of the study found that, based on solar energy and biomass, the cooling time of internal combustion engines and gas turbines is basically the same, but the energy consumed by internal combustion engines is about 10% higher than that of gas turbines.

Keywords: solar energy; biological intelligence; comprehensive utilisation; distributed energy system.

DOI: 10.1504/IJGEI.2023.133802

International Journal of Global Energy Issues, 2023 Vol.45 No.6, pp.542 - 560

Received: 11 Dec 2021
Accepted: 27 Sep 2022

Published online: 03 Oct 2023 *

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