Hybrid Energy for Standalone Power Systems - Energy and Power Systems TOE

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Hybrid energy solutions involve combining two or more different sources of energy to meet the demand of a specific location or a group of people. These sources can be used to power a remote community, an individual user, or a larger body such as a city or a town. Depending on the requirements, two renewable sources may be combined or a renewable and a non renewable source may be combined. When the need for cleaner energy generation is dominating, combining two renewable sources, such as solar and wind, solar and CHP units, will prove effective. Despite being environment friendly, the chances of inherent efficiency issues can still be high. Combining a non-renewable source (such as a diesel generator) with a re

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