Prospective study of power generation from natural resources using hybrid system for remote area

M. F. Yaakub, F. H. Mohd Noh, M. F. I. Mohd Zali, M. H. Harun

Abstract


Living in the 21st century, electricity has become a need in every society level. However, numbers of the remote area, especially in third world countries still facing difficulty to reach a grid-connected electricity due to various reasons. As such, this paper presents a prospective study of generating an electrical energy that is converted by utilizing natural resources from the sky. It is realized by implementing a hybrid solar-rainwater harvesting system. Combination of 12Vdc 3Watt solar cells and 3.7 Vdc 129mW pico-hydro implemented in the work has given a great yield reaching average 921 milliwatts of energy produced by the natural resources.


Keywords


Energy conversion, Hybrid Pico-hydro, Rainfall, Solar energy



DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v18.i2.pp%25p
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