3Urban Renewable Energy Resource Optimization Systems

Kalpit Jain1* and Devendra Kumar Somwanshi2

1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sangam University, Bhilwara, Rajasthan, India

2Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Poornima College of Engineering, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India


The need for a renewable energy source that won’t harm the environment is growing. By 2050, energy demand is projected to rise considerably. Most energy needs are met by petroleum derivatives, although green electricity can aid. Renewable energy comes from the sun, the ground, or the environment. Renewable energy is “electricity and heat created from solar, wind, sea, hydropower, biomass, geothermal assets, bio energizes, and hydrogen.” The creation of renewable energy comes from various sources like long-term sustainable Solar PV generation, BIPV optimization, solar resources, wind energy, hybrid solar-wind power generation, solar thermoelectric hybrid systems and microgrid systems. Microgrid systems are arising as a suitable option as being less reliant upon brought together energy supply and can here and there utilize more than one fuel source. Decentralized neighborhood frameworks including those utilizing nearby assets of renewable energy like wind, solar and biomass, appear much more feasible. The degree of microgrid additionally decides the condition for the framework to be worked in either grid-connected (GC) or stand-alone (SA) mode. Renewable energy (RE) is normal ...

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