Hybrid Distributed Renewable Power (HDRP) Generation for Rural Area: Bangladesh Perspective

Energy is one of the essential needs of human life. A good energy system adds value to the lives of people in a society. This energy generation involves both non-renewable and renewable energy sources. Among them renewable energy becoming more and more popular as it is a sustainable, and environmentally friendly source of energy. Moreover, it requires less maintenance than traditional generators. Like other developing countries energy is the most important factor in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is still struggling to solve the energy crisis of the large population. So it is essential to look for other sources which can compensate the deficiency of the existing power system. Already the use of different types of renewable sources like solar energy, bioenergy, wind energy, has come into focus of several government and non-government organization. In this paper we mainly focused on providing the need of energy of a typical rural village with a Hybrid Distributed Renewable Power (HDRP) system which includes solar energy and Biomass. A model of off-grid HDRP generation and distribution system is analysed in HOMER (Hybrid Optimization Model for Electric and Renewable) to find the optimal size and cost of different components of the system.

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Keywords: IJSER,2229-5518, 22295518,Md. Mahfuzur Rahman, Sourav Barua, and Mushfiqur Rahman

ISSN: 22295518



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