Solar-Biogas-Biomass Hybrid Electrical Power Generation for a Village (a case study)
Kiranpreet Kaur,   Gursewak Singh Brar
Increasing electricity demands, environmental concerns, and hike in fuel prices are the main factors which motivate the use of renewable energy in India. This paper includes the study of combined biomass, biogas and solar hybrid system for generation of electric power. This system will help to conquer from global warming effect and the statistical impact on prosperity and dependency. In the hybrid system energy has a more consistency, can be cost effective and also improves the quality of life in rural areas. The aim of hybrid power system is to increase the system efficiency and the use of renewable energy based hybrid power system. In sort to meet the sustained load demands, different renewable energy sources require to be integrated. In this work we will integrate biomass, biogas and solar energy for generation of electricity, the composite produced will be less and cost per unit of electricity generated will be less comparatively. Solar energy is free of cost, installation cost of solar power plant is high but its operating cost is almost negligible. This paper discusses the renewable biomass, biogas and solar PV combined power generation system in village to overcome those problems which occurred when they operate standalone.
Keywords- Biomass Power, Biogas Power, Hybrid Plants, Renewable energy, Rural area electrification, Solar PV Power
Cite this Article
Kiranpreet Kaur,   Gursewak Singh Brar,   "Solar-Biogas-Biomass Hybrid Electrical Power Generation for a Village (a case study)"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.4, Issue 1, pp.372-375, February 2016, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR1601058.pdf