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Including management and security of supply constraints for designing stand-alone electrification systems in developing countries
Domenech Léga, Bruno; Ferrer Martí, Laia; Pastor Moreno, Rafael
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Departament d'Organització d'Empreses; Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Departament d'Enginyeria Mecànica; Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. EOLI - Enginyeria d'Organització i Logística Industrial
Hybrid wind-photovoltaic stand-alone systems have proven to be suitable to electrify isolated communities autonomously. Moreover, the use of a combination of microgrids and individual systems has been demonstrated to be very adequate. There are a few tools to assist their design but they only consider economical and technical characteristics. However, the management of the system and the security of supply, both at a community level, are key aspects to design appropriate electrification systems for end-users, thus ensuring projects' long-term sustainability, especially in rural areas of developing countries. In this context, this paper develops a mathematical model to optimise the design of wind-photovoltaic projects combining microgrids and individual systems, and including the aforesaid key issues as constraints. Thus, the aim is to minimise the cost while meeting the technical but also the management and the security of supply constraints. Finally a validation is carried out in the real community of Alto Peru (Peru), proving that the two studied aspects allow obtaining electrification solutions with some benefits that strongly compensate the obtained slight cost increases.
Peer Reviewed
Àrees temàtiques de la UPC::Energies::Recursos energètics renovables
Renewable energy sources -- Developing countries
Rural electrification
Stand-alone electrification
Supply security
Energies renovables -- Països en vies de desenvolupament
Energia eòlica

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