The potential of combined wind-solar energy conversion systems for electric utility capacity displacement.

L. Icerman, K. Myers, A. Swift

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    Abstract

    An hourly computer simulation model is developed to evaluate the performance of commercial-scale combined wind-solar sytems and to make comparisons with simulated performance data for solar-only systems. A major feature of the model is the capability to conduct a first-order assessment of the potential for electric utility capacity displacement by the introduction of combined wind-solar systems. (A)

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)399-406
    Number of pages8
    JournalIN: PROC. 6TH ANNUAL UMR-DNR CONF. & EXPO. ON ENERGY, (MISSOURI-ROLLA, U.S.A.: OCT. 16-18, 1979), J.D. MORGAN (ED.)
    Volume6 , Missouri-Rolla, U.S.A., Missouri-Rolla Univ., 1980, Session 4e
    StatePublished - 1980

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