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An analysis & design on micro generation of a domestic solar-wind hybrid energy system for rural & remote areas - perspective Bangladesh

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5 Author(s)
Ambia, M.N. ; Dept. of EEE, Eastern Univ., Dhaka, Bangladesh ; Islam, M.K. ; Shoeb, M.A. ; Maruf, M.N.I.
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Utilization of renewable energy resources have been the most important & prospective field to seek new energy sources to meet up the increasing demand in power all over the world specially in a developing country like Bangladesh. Among the renewable resources, wind & solar being the most popular ones due to abundant, ease of accessibility and convertibility to the electricity. This paper presents the analysis and design of a hybrid solar-wind system for micro generation for domestic purpose in the rural & remote areas of our country where continuous power supply from central grid has been a great is problem and sometimes for some remote places it's economically not viable at all as far as our country is concerned. We propose such a hybrid system which is expected to run effectively under a microcontroller to utilize the maximum possible solar & wind resources to reduce the demands on national grid for on-grid region as well as to supply power to those places where there is no grid line (i.e. off-grid region).

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Mechanical and Electronics Engineering (ICMEE), 2010 2nd International Conference on  (Volume:2 )

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1-3 Aug. 2010