Design and Analysis of a Hybrid Power System for McCallum, NL, Canada

Mahbub, Chowdhury Muhammad Abdullah Al and Kundu, Mrinmoy Shakhore and Azad, Prince Asif and Iqbal, Tariq (2023) Design and Analysis of a Hybrid Power System for McCallum, NL, Canada. European Journal of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, 7 (1). pp. 47-55. ISSN 2736-5751

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Although solar power plants have several advantages over conventional power generation methods, the main issue is the need for land, which is used for agriculture globally, as well as the expense. With the help of a floating solar photovoltaic (FSPV) system, the problem of land constraints can be solved. FSPV can be put in any water section, which will boost generation by utilizing the cooling impact of water while also lowering the cost of the land. In this research, an on-grid FSPV system is designed and analyzed for McCallum, NL, Canada. The designed system can reduce remote site diesel consumption by 70%.

Item Type: Article
Item ID: 16230
Keywords: Cost Analysis, Floating Solar System, Feasibility Analysis, Hybrid Power Plant, McCallum
Department(s): Engineering and Applied Science, Faculty of
Date: 26 January 2023
Date Type: Publication
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