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Analysis of the Economics of Photovoltaic-Diesel-Battery Energy Systems for Remote Applications

W. Brainard

Analysis of the Economics of Photovoltaic-Diesel-Battery Energy Systems for Remote Applications

by W. Brainard

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administr .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBrainard, W.
SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 83377.
The Physical Object
Pagination$0.00 C.1.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17586228M

  References [1] S. N. Singh, B. Singh and J. Ostergaard, “Renewable Energy Generation in India: Present Scenario and Future Prospects,” IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting, Calgary, July , pp. [2] S. Bogdan and M. Salameh, “Methodology for Optimally Sizing the Combination of a Battery Bank and PV Array in a Wind/PV Hybrid System,” IEEE Transactions on Energy Cited by: In this paper, the energy, exergy and economic analysis of a CHP system with turbine-driving fans and pumps operated in Northeast China were conducted to provide insights into improvement options. It is revealed that the boiler is the main source of exergy destruction, followed by the steam-water heat exchangers (SWHE), temperature and pressure.

Due in part to its reduced past environmental impact, solar energy will be crucial to the green production of industrial gases, a key factor in efficient, green, distributed energy storage. Solar–thermal concentration and photovoltaic plants will ensure distributed electrical energy production from very large scale to small local generation. applications of PV systems are in either stand-alone systems such as water pumping, domestic and street lighting, electric vehicles, military and space applications or grid-connected configurations like hybrid systems and power plants [1]. The sun is the largest energy source of life while at the.

@article{osti_, title = {Simple economic evaluation and applications experiments for photovoltaic systems for remote sites}, author = {Rios, M. Jr.}, abstractNote = {A simple evaluation of the cost effectiveness of photovoltaic systems is presented. The evaluation is based on a calculation of breakeven costs of photovoltaics (PV) arrays with the levelized costs of two alternative energy.   The characteristics of power produced from photovoltaic (PV) and Wind systems are based on the weather condition. Both the system are very unreliable in itself without sufficient capacity storage devices like batteries or back-up system like conventional engine generators. The reliability of the system significantly increases when two systems are hybridized with the provision of storage Cited by:


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Analysis of the Economics of Photovoltaic-Diesel-Battery Energy Systems for Remote Applications by W. Brainard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Computer simulations were conducted to analyze the performance and operating cost of a photovoltaic energy source combined with a diesel generator system and battery storage. The simulations were based on the load demand profiles used for the design of an all photovoltaic energy system installed in the remote Papago Indian Village of Schuchuli, : W.

Brainard. results of the simulations are used to perform an economic analysis and predict the environmental impacts of integrating a PV array -electric power systems into diesel for remote villages. The economic part of the model calculates the fuel consumed, the kilowatt-hours obtained per gallon of fuel supplied, and the total cost of fuel.

The environmental part of the model calculates the CO. 2,File Size: KB. Analysis of the Economics of Photovoltaic-Diesel- Battery Energy Systems for Remote Applications William A, Brainard National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio Work performed for U.S, DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Conservation and Renewable Energy Division of Photovolatic Energy Technology Washington, D,C.

Abstract: This paper discusses the economic analysis and environmental impacts of integrating a photovoltaic (PV) array into diesel-electric power systems for remote villages.

Matlab simulink is used to match the load with the demand and apportion the electrical production between the PV and diesel-electric by: In view of this, this study deals with the optimisation of net present cost (NPC), fuel cost, operation cost and cost of energy (COE) of the hybrid system which consists of photovoltaic (PV), wind turbine generator (WTG), diesel generator and battery storage system.

A hybrid power system is designed in this research work to serve a remote Cited by: As sensitivity analysis showed, the system’s energy cost is critically influenced by the price of diesel.

• In order to replace the diesel generator and the battery bank, an increase in the PV nominal capacity is necessary (from 6 to 46 kW). In this system the dumped electricity is increased. •Cited by: Luiz Carlos Guedes Valente et al.

performed an economic analysis on hybrid PV/diesel system and demonstrated that the system has advantages over standalone diesel system. With cost analysis over a year period, hybrid system was proven to reduce fuel consumption, operation and maintenance costs while improving the quality of by: Performance analysis of an off-grid wind-PV (photovoltaic)-diesel-battery hybrid energy system feasible for remote areas Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Cleaner Production to diesel generator only system.

The proposed system can supply the daily energy demand of kWh per day with kW peak for 24 hours. Technical and economic analysis of the optimum system has been done to compare the economic viability of solar photovoltaic (PV)/ gen/battery hybrid power system with that of a standalone dieselFile Size: KB.

The PV-diesel-battery systems are found to be economically better than PV or diesel stand-alone systems for peak load profiles. An economic analysis and environmental impact model of a PV with a diesel–battery system is proposed by Wies.

et al. (), in which the fuel cost is calculated over a one-year period and simple payback is worked out. Potential, optimization and sensitivity analysis of photovoltaic-diesel-battery hybrid energy system for rural electrification in Algeria Article December with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

2 Basic Photovoltaic Principles and Methods. - Small scale for remote applications and residen­ This energy fills the solar system, bathing the earth's atmosphere with a near constant supply of kilowatts per square meter (kW/m2).

Not all of the direct sunlight incident on earth'satmo­. eliminating the diesel generator from the system, without significantly increasing the cost of energy, thereby achieving less CO 2 emission.

Ayodele () in a study, proposed the use of a hybrid renewable energy system for meeting the energy demand of an off-grid remote commu-nity. The potential implementation of hybrid photovoltaic (PV)/diesel energy system in western region of Saudi Arabia is analyzed in this paper.

The solar radiation intensity considered in this study is in the range of – kWh/m 2 /day. The HOMER software is used to perform the technical and economical analysis of the by: 8.

Shaahid and M. Elhadidy, “ Economic analysis of hybrid photovoltaic–diesel–battery power systems for residential loads in hot regions—A step to clean future,” Renewable Sustainable Energy Cited by: Ghasemi, Abolfazl & Asrari, Arash & Zarif, Mahdi & Abdelwahed, Sherif, "Techno-economic analysis of stand-alone hybrid photovoltaic–diesel–battery systems for rural electrification in eastern part of Iran—A step toward sustainable rural development," Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Elsevier, vol.

28(C), pages Provides simplified MATLAB codes for analysis of photovoltaic systems, describes the model of the whole photovoltaic power system, and shows readers how to build these models line by line. This book presents simplified coded models for photovoltaic (PV) based systems using MATLAB to help readers understand the dynamic behavior of these systems.

The exploitation of such a solution requires a sustainable, optimized HRES design. This paper presents a methodology both to optimize and to perform a sensitivity analysis of an autonomous hybrid PV-diesel-battery energy system.

Hybrid optimization model for electric renewable (HOMER), one of the most widely used optimization tool for renewable energy systems was employed to carry out the techno‐economic analy The selection of the suitable configuration was based on net present cost (NPC), levelized cost of energy (LCOE), and renewable energy by: Analysis of the economics of photovoltaic-diesel-battery energy systems for remote applications Conference Brainard, W A Computer simulations were conducted to analyze the performance and operating cost of a photovoltaic energy source combined with a diesel generator system and battery storage.

An Economic Analysis of Photovoltaics versus Traditional Energy Sources: Where are We Now and Where Might We Be in the Near Future? NREL is a national laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, operated bythe Alliance for Sustainable Energy File Size: 1MB.Year: PV Basics, PV Technology, and PV Systems.

In addition the book also covers other forms of solar en-ergy, in particular Solar Thermal applications and Solar Fuels. Many of the topics that are discussed in this book are also covered in the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Solar Energy (DelftX, ETTU) that is.Celik, A.N.: Optimization and techno-economic analysis of autonomous photovoltaic-wind hybrid energy systems in comparison to single photovoltaic and wind systems.

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