Ecological impact due to the implementation of a modeled and optimized hybrid system

Othmane Echarradi, Abdessamad Benlafkih, Abdelkader Hadjoudja, Mounir Fahoume


This paper presents a very alarming forecasts about our future and particularly for a medium and long-term future. That is to say, several actions are being carried out by different civil and state parties to deal with these very concrete threats. And it is within this framework that this paper fits, and its objective is to highlight the hybrid systems and more precisely the photovoltaic-wind hybrid systems coupled with storage batteries, as an efficient alternative to the classical means of electricity production. This work will adopt a method of obtaining results called performance evaluation, so this manuscript will present firstly the mathematical model of this hybrid system to best conceive what it is about, then as second part will determine the exact figures of the largest amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) that can be avoided using this technology and following a precise methodology, this can be applied to our situation, i.e., a simple house or to any other type of installation.


green energy sale; greenhouse gas; homer software; hybrid system; modeling; sizing optimization;

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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