Stojković, Saša M.

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Technical and Economic Analysis of Grid-Connected PV/Wind Energy Stations in the Republic of Serbia Under Varying Climatic Conditions

Bakić, Vukman; Pezo, Milada L.; Stojković, Saša M.

(2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Bakić, Vukman
AU  - Pezo, Milada L.
AU  - Stojković, Saša M.
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1689
AB  - In this paper technical and economic analysis of grid-connected PV/Wind energy systems located in the Republic of Serbia are presented. The technical and economic data, of the various grid-connected PV/Wind hybrid energy systems for three different locations: Novi Sad, Belgrade and Kopaonik, using the transient simulations software TRNSYS and HOMER were obtained. The results obtained in this paper show that locations and technical characteristics of the energy systems have an important influence on the amount of delivering electrical power to the grid. The CO2 emissions reductions, obtained on the basis of delivered electrical power to distribution networks are also analyzed. Economic analysis is carried out using Life Cycling Cost (LCC) method. The adoption and implementation of feed-in tariffs have a significant role in enhancing the implementation of technologies that use renewable energy resources.
T2  - FME Transactions
T1  - Technical and Economic Analysis of Grid-Connected PV/Wind Energy Stations in the Republic of Serbia Under Varying Climatic Conditions
VL  - 44
IS  - 1
SP  - 71
EP  - 82
DO  - 10.5937/fmet1601071B
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Bakić, Vukman and Pezo, Milada L. and Stojković, Saša M.",
year = "2016",
abstract = "In this paper technical and economic analysis of grid-connected PV/Wind energy systems located in the Republic of Serbia are presented. The technical and economic data, of the various grid-connected PV/Wind hybrid energy systems for three different locations: Novi Sad, Belgrade and Kopaonik, using the transient simulations software TRNSYS and HOMER were obtained. The results obtained in this paper show that locations and technical characteristics of the energy systems have an important influence on the amount of delivering electrical power to the grid. The CO2 emissions reductions, obtained on the basis of delivered electrical power to distribution networks are also analyzed. Economic analysis is carried out using Life Cycling Cost (LCC) method. The adoption and implementation of feed-in tariffs have a significant role in enhancing the implementation of technologies that use renewable energy resources.",
journal = "FME Transactions",
title = "Technical and Economic Analysis of Grid-Connected PV/Wind Energy Stations in the Republic of Serbia Under Varying Climatic Conditions",
volume = "44",
number = "1",
pages = "71-82",
doi = "10.5937/fmet1601071B"
}
Bakić, V., Pezo, M. L.,& Stojković, S. M.. (2016). Technical and Economic Analysis of Grid-Connected PV/Wind Energy Stations in the Republic of Serbia Under Varying Climatic Conditions. in FME Transactions, 44(1), 71-82.
https://doi.org/10.5937/fmet1601071B
Bakić V, Pezo ML, Stojković SM. Technical and Economic Analysis of Grid-Connected PV/Wind Energy Stations in the Republic of Serbia Under Varying Climatic Conditions. in FME Transactions. 2016;44(1):71-82.
doi:10.5937/fmet1601071B .
Bakić, Vukman, Pezo, Milada L., Stojković, Saša M., "Technical and Economic Analysis of Grid-Connected PV/Wind Energy Stations in the Republic of Serbia Under Varying Climatic Conditions" in FME Transactions, 44, no. 1 (2016):71-82,
https://doi.org/10.5937/fmet1601071B . .
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Techno-Economic Analysis of Stand-Alone Photovoltaic/Wind/Battery/Hydrogen Systems for Very Small-Scale Applications

Stojković, Saša M.; Bakić, Vukman

(2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Stojković, Saša M.
AU  - Bakić, Vukman
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1149
AB  - The paper presents the results of a technical and economic analysis of three stand-alone hybrid power systems based on renewable energy sources which supply a specific group of low-power consumers. This particular case includes measuring sensors and obstacle lights on a meteorological mast for wind measurements requiring an uninterrupted power supply in cold climate conditions. Although these low-power (100 W) measuring sensors and obstacle lights use little energy, their energy consumption is not the same as the available solar energy obtained on a daily or seasonal basis. In the paper, complementarily of renewable energy sources was analysed, as well as one of short-term lead-acid battery based storage and seasonal, hydrogen-based (electrolyses, H-2 tank, and fuel cells) storage. These relatively complex power systems were proposed earlier for high-power consumers only, while this study specifically highlights the role of the hydrogen system for supplying low-power consumers. The analysis employed a numerical simulation method using the HOMER software tool. The results of the analysis suggest that solar and wind-solar systems, which involve meteorological conditions as referred to in this paper, include a relatively large number of lead acid batteries. Additionally, the analysis suggests that the use of hydrogen power systems for supplying low power-consumers is entirely justifiable, as it significantly reduces the number of batteries (two at minimum in this particular case). It was shown that the increase in costs induced by the hydrogen system is acceptable.
T2  - Thermal Science
T1  - Techno-Economic Analysis of Stand-Alone Photovoltaic/Wind/Battery/Hydrogen Systems for Very Small-Scale Applications
VL  - 20
SP  - S261
EP  - S273
DO  - 10.2298/TSCI150308195S
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Stojković, Saša M. and Bakić, Vukman",
year = "2016",
abstract = "The paper presents the results of a technical and economic analysis of three stand-alone hybrid power systems based on renewable energy sources which supply a specific group of low-power consumers. This particular case includes measuring sensors and obstacle lights on a meteorological mast for wind measurements requiring an uninterrupted power supply in cold climate conditions. Although these low-power (100 W) measuring sensors and obstacle lights use little energy, their energy consumption is not the same as the available solar energy obtained on a daily or seasonal basis. In the paper, complementarily of renewable energy sources was analysed, as well as one of short-term lead-acid battery based storage and seasonal, hydrogen-based (electrolyses, H-2 tank, and fuel cells) storage. These relatively complex power systems were proposed earlier for high-power consumers only, while this study specifically highlights the role of the hydrogen system for supplying low-power consumers. The analysis employed a numerical simulation method using the HOMER software tool. The results of the analysis suggest that solar and wind-solar systems, which involve meteorological conditions as referred to in this paper, include a relatively large number of lead acid batteries. Additionally, the analysis suggests that the use of hydrogen power systems for supplying low power-consumers is entirely justifiable, as it significantly reduces the number of batteries (two at minimum in this particular case). It was shown that the increase in costs induced by the hydrogen system is acceptable.",
journal = "Thermal Science",
title = "Techno-Economic Analysis of Stand-Alone Photovoltaic/Wind/Battery/Hydrogen Systems for Very Small-Scale Applications",
volume = "20",
pages = "S261-S273",
doi = "10.2298/TSCI150308195S"
}
Stojković, S. M.,& Bakić, V.. (2016). Techno-Economic Analysis of Stand-Alone Photovoltaic/Wind/Battery/Hydrogen Systems for Very Small-Scale Applications. in Thermal Science, 20, S261-S273.
https://doi.org/10.2298/TSCI150308195S
Stojković SM, Bakić V. Techno-Economic Analysis of Stand-Alone Photovoltaic/Wind/Battery/Hydrogen Systems for Very Small-Scale Applications. in Thermal Science. 2016;20:S261-S273.
doi:10.2298/TSCI150308195S .
Stojković, Saša M., Bakić, Vukman, "Techno-Economic Analysis of Stand-Alone Photovoltaic/Wind/Battery/Hydrogen Systems for Very Small-Scale Applications" in Thermal Science, 20 (2016):S261-S273,
https://doi.org/10.2298/TSCI150308195S . .
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