Study on Hybrid Systems, Grid Integrated Based on Renewable Energy Systems Driving Local Loads
Keywords:Solar energy, Hybrid system, Wind energy
The demand for electricity power is increasing day by day, which cannot be met with the satisfied level without non-renewable energy resource. Renewable energy sources such as wind, solar are universal and ecological. These renewable energy sources are best options to fulfill the world energy demand, but unpredictable due to natural conditions. The use of the hybrid solar and wind renewable energy system like will be the best option forthe utilization these available resources. The objective of this paper is to study the various aspects of hybrid solar and wind system. The application and different theories related to the development of hybrid also discussed in this paper.
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