Storage requirements in the design of hybrid, wind/PV, systems

A. Swift, H. Dominquez

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Abstract

Previous simulation work has shown that the addition of wind turbine capacity to a remote photovoltaic power system can, in most cases, lower the cost of delivered energy. This is due to both the decreased PV capacity required, and also the reduced storage requirements in a hybrid system. A discussion is presented of the effects of storage requirements on system design using both TMY and actual site date from El Paso, Texas.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
StatePublished - Dec 1 1988
EventEighth ASME Wind Energy Symposium - Houston, TX, USA
Duration: Jan 22 1989Jan 25 1989

Conference

ConferenceEighth ASME Wind Energy Symposium
CityHouston, TX, USA
Period01/22/8901/25/89

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Swift, A., & Dominquez, H. (1988). Storage requirements in the design of hybrid, wind/PV, systems. Paper presented at Eighth ASME Wind Energy Symposium, Houston, TX, USA, .