Feasibility Study Of Hybrid Retrofits To An Isolated Off-Grid Diesel Power Plant Rehman, S; El-Amin, IM; Ahmad, F; Shaahid, SM; Al-Shehri, AM; Bakhashwain,

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Feasibility Study Of Hybrid Retrofits To An Isolated Off-GridDieselPower PlantRehman, S; El-Amin, IM; Ahmad, F; Shaahid, SM; Al-Shehri, AM;Bakhashwain, JM; Shash, APERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, RENEWABLE SUSTAINABLE ENERGYREVIEWS; pp: 635-653; Vol: 11King Fahd University of Petroleum & Mineralshttp://www.kfupm.edu.saSummaryThe green sources of energy are being encouraged to reduce the environmentalpollution and combat the global warming of the planet. A target of 12%(, usage Ofwind energy only has been agreed by the UNO Country members to achieve by 2020.So. the power or the wind is being used to generate electricity both as grid connectedand isolated wind-diesel hybrid power plants. This paper performed a pre-feasibilityof wind penetration into an existing diesel plant of a village in north eastern part ofSaudi Arabia. For Simulation purpose, wind speed data from a near by airport and theload data from the village have been used. The hybrid system design tool HOMERhas been used to perform the feasibility study. In the present scenario, for wind speedless than 6.0 m/s the. the existing diesel power plant is the only feasible Solution Overthe range Of fuel prices used in the simulation. The wind diesel hybrid systembecomes feasible at a wind speed of 6.0 m/s or more and a fuel price of 0.1 $/L ormore. If the carbon tax is taken into consideration and Subsidy is abolished then it isexpected that the hybrid system become feasible. The maximum annual capacityshortage did not have any effect on the cost of energy which may he accounted forlarger sizes of wind machines and diesel generators. It is recommended that the winddata must be collected at the village Lit three different heights using a wind mast of40m for a minimum of one complete year and then the hybrid system must be re-designed. (c) 2006 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.Copyright: King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals;http://www.kfupm.edu.sa1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.13.14.15.16.17.18.19.20.21.22.23.24.25.26.27.28.29.30.31.32.References:AZMI BIN AWI WIND DI*DEWIND, PUBL D DEWIND, V448ANSARI J, 1986, SAUDI ARABIAN WIND E, P1BAGUL AD, 1996, SOL ENERGY, V56, P323BARLEY CD, 1988, FEASIBILITY HYBRID RBEYER HG, 1996, SOL ENERGY, V57, P277ELAMIN I, 2004, EUR WIND EN C EWEC 2FORTUNATO B, 1997, SOL ENERGY, V60, P347HONG PN, 1996, SEAFDEC ASIAN AQUACU, V18, P6KHAN MJ, 2005, RENEW ENERG, V31, P835LIU W, TECHNOECONOMIC ASSESLUNDSAGER P, 1994, RENEW ENERGY 1, V5, P626MANWELL JF, 2004, RENEW ENERG, V29, P1707, DOI10.1016/j.renene.2004.02.003MARKVART T, 1996, SOL ENERGY, V57, P277MOHANDES MA, 1998, RENEW ENERG, V13, P345MOHANDES MA, 2004, RENEW ENERG, V29, P939, DOI10.1016/j.renene.2003.11.009PROTOGEROPOULOS C, 1994, P 12 EUR COMM PHOT S, P721REHMAN S, 1994, RENEW ENERG, V4, P949REHMAN S, 1994, SOL ENERGY, V53, P473REHMAN S, 2000, RENEWABLE ENERGY EDREHMAN S, 2003, 4 INT WORKSH LARG SCREHMAN S, 2003, RENEW ENERG, V28, P573REHMAN S, 2004, ASSESSMENT WIND ENER, V2, P906REHMAN S, 2004, ENERG CONVERS MANAGE, V45, P2019, DOI10.1016/j.enconman.2003.11.009REHMAN S, 2004, ENERGY, V29, P1105, DOI 10.1016/j.energy.2004.02.026REHMAN S, 2004, P 2 BSME ASME INT C, V2, P900REHMAN S, 2004, RENEW ENERG, V30, P447SHEN DC, APPL SMALL SIZE WINDSIDDIQUI AH, 2001, P 1 SAUD SCI C KING, V3, P3For pre-prints please write to: srehman@kfupm.edu.saCopyright: King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals;http://www.kfupm.edu.sa

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