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Renewable energy distributed power system with wind power and biogas generator

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5 Author(s)
Zhang Yanning ; Guangdong Key Lab. of Clean Energy Technol., South China Univ. of Technol., Guangzhou, China ; Kang Longyun ; Cao Binggang ; Huang Chung-Neng
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The energy shortage and environment pollution is attracting more and more attention with the social development. Hence it is important to develop new energy and renewable energy that are bio-energy, wind energy, solar energy, small waterpower, tide energy, terrestrial heat energy, and hydrogen energy and so on. The research of distributed power system with the solar and wind power is the leading domain. It is known to all that the wind generation system is enslaved to the weather, the micro net composed by them don't supply the steady electricity. The biogas is produced from anaerobic biodegradation of organic material in the absence of oxygen and the presence of anaerobic microorganisms. The plant, animal dejecta, and rubbish are the source, so the biogas can be gotten very easily. The biogas generation can be supplying the steady electricity and the output power can be control. Thus the authors present the wind-biogas renewable energy distributed power system, and the biogas generator is employed to balance the output power of the system. This system can keep the constant output power under control.

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Transmission & Distribution Conference & Exposition: Asia and Pacific, 2009

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26-30 Oct. 2009

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