Energy for Rural and Island Communities : Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference Held at Inverness, Scotland, 16-19 September 1985

By: Twidell, JohnContributor(s): Hounam, Ian | Lewis, ChrisMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2013Description: 1 online resource (359 p.)ISBN: 9781483149271Subject(s): Power resources -- Congresses | Power resources | Renewable energy sources -- Congresses | Renewable energy sourcesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Energy for Rural and Island Communities : Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference Held at Inverness, Scotland, 16–19 September 1985DDC classification: 333.79091734 LOC classification: TJ163.15 .T5334 1986Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Energy for Rural and Island Communities IV; Copyright Page; Preface; Sponsors; Table of Contents; TOPIC A: Community Energy Systems and Experience; Chapter 1. An Energy Overview of Canada's Remote Communities with Reference to the Remote Community Demonstration Program; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; THE COMMUNITIES; CURRENT REMOTE COMMUNITY ENERGY USE; REMOTE COMMUNITY DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM; INTEGRATED ENERGY SYSTEMS; Chapter 2. The Fotavoltaic Project - a 50 kWp Photovoltaic Array on Fota Island; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION OF PLANT; MAINTENANCE
BEGINIS ISLAND PROJECTCONCLUSION; REFERENCES; Chapter 3. Energy and Village Development: the Basaisa Experience; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; PROFILE OF BASAISA; PROJECT METHODOLOGY; BICYCLES; BIOGAS; COMMUNITY COOPERATIVE FOR DEVELOPMENT; PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED; REFERENCES; Chapter 4. Renewable Energy at Bornholm - Self-sufficiency for an Island Community in Denmark; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; THE ISLAND OF BORNHOLM; THE LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT PLAN 1985-2010; INVOLVING USERS AND PRODUCERS; STARTING UP THE RE-PROJECT; FINAL NOTICE; REFERENCES
Chapter 5. Pay Attention to the Utilization of Renewable Energy in Chinese IslandsKEYWORDS; Chapter 6. Energy Resources, Supplies and Consumption: a Case Study of Some Rural and Remote Settlements in Nigeria; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; GENERAL FEATURES OF THE VILLAGES; ENERGY RESOURCES, SUPPLIES AND CONSUMPTION; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; Chapter 7. Island Alternative Energy -Matching Resources and Needs in Tropical Vanuatu; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; THE NEEDS; THE RESOURCES; SOME ASSESSMENTS; EXPLOITATION; A NEGLECTED FACTOR; SOME CONCLUSIONS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT; REFERENCES
Chapter 8. System Analysis of a Solar- and Windpower Plant for Nordic Remote LocationsABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; BACKGROUND; ELECTRICITY SUPPLY ON BORNHOLM; SITING OF HASLE RE-PLANTS; SOLAR- AND WINDPOWER PLANT; COLLECTIVE BIOGAS PLANT; INDIVIDUAL RE-CHPT SYSTEMS; TRANSPORT; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT; TOPIC B: Photovoltaic Electricity Generation; Chapter 9. Appraisal of Photovoltaic Power Systems for Rural Development in Nigeria; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER SYSTEMS; A CASE STODY FOR PPS FOR A RURAL COMMUNITY IN NIGERIA; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES
Chapter 10. Plans for a Demonstration Photovoltaic/Wind/Pumped Storage System Integrated on an Island in Boston HarborABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; ELECTRICITY; COSTS; INITIAL PHOTOVOLTAIC INSTALLATION; WINDPOWER; CONCLUSION; Chapter 11. The Use of an Electronic Maximum Power Point Tracker in Photovoltaic and Mixed Systems; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; VARIOUS MPPT CONTROL CONFIGURATIONS; PERFORMANCE COMPARISON, SIMULATION RESULTS; PERFORMANCE VERSUS PRICE; MPPTS IN LARGE PV AND HYBRID SYSTEMS; COMBINED PV-WIND INSTALLATION AT TERSCHELLING; MPPTS IN WATERPUMP SYSTEMS; CONCLUSIONS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
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Front Cover; Energy for Rural and Island Communities IV; Copyright Page; Preface; Sponsors; Table of Contents; TOPIC A: Community Energy Systems and Experience; Chapter 1. An Energy Overview of Canada's Remote Communities with Reference to the Remote Community Demonstration Program; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; THE COMMUNITIES; CURRENT REMOTE COMMUNITY ENERGY USE; REMOTE COMMUNITY DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM; INTEGRATED ENERGY SYSTEMS; Chapter 2. The Fotavoltaic Project - a 50 kWp Photovoltaic Array on Fota Island; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION OF PLANT; MAINTENANCE

BEGINIS ISLAND PROJECTCONCLUSION; REFERENCES; Chapter 3. Energy and Village Development: the Basaisa Experience; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; PROFILE OF BASAISA; PROJECT METHODOLOGY; BICYCLES; BIOGAS; COMMUNITY COOPERATIVE FOR DEVELOPMENT; PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED; REFERENCES; Chapter 4. Renewable Energy at Bornholm - Self-sufficiency for an Island Community in Denmark; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; THE ISLAND OF BORNHOLM; THE LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT PLAN 1985-2010; INVOLVING USERS AND PRODUCERS; STARTING UP THE RE-PROJECT; FINAL NOTICE; REFERENCES

Chapter 5. Pay Attention to the Utilization of Renewable Energy in Chinese IslandsKEYWORDS; Chapter 6. Energy Resources, Supplies and Consumption: a Case Study of Some Rural and Remote Settlements in Nigeria; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; GENERAL FEATURES OF THE VILLAGES; ENERGY RESOURCES, SUPPLIES AND CONSUMPTION; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; Chapter 7. Island Alternative Energy -Matching Resources and Needs in Tropical Vanuatu; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; THE NEEDS; THE RESOURCES; SOME ASSESSMENTS; EXPLOITATION; A NEGLECTED FACTOR; SOME CONCLUSIONS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT; REFERENCES

Chapter 8. System Analysis of a Solar- and Windpower Plant for Nordic Remote LocationsABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; BACKGROUND; ELECTRICITY SUPPLY ON BORNHOLM; SITING OF HASLE RE-PLANTS; SOLAR- AND WINDPOWER PLANT; COLLECTIVE BIOGAS PLANT; INDIVIDUAL RE-CHPT SYSTEMS; TRANSPORT; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT; TOPIC B: Photovoltaic Electricity Generation; Chapter 9. Appraisal of Photovoltaic Power Systems for Rural Development in Nigeria; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER SYSTEMS; A CASE STODY FOR PPS FOR A RURAL COMMUNITY IN NIGERIA; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES

Chapter 10. Plans for a Demonstration Photovoltaic/Wind/Pumped Storage System Integrated on an Island in Boston HarborABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; ELECTRICITY; COSTS; INITIAL PHOTOVOLTAIC INSTALLATION; WINDPOWER; CONCLUSION; Chapter 11. The Use of an Electronic Maximum Power Point Tracker in Photovoltaic and Mixed Systems; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; VARIOUS MPPT CONTROL CONFIGURATIONS; PERFORMANCE COMPARISON, SIMULATION RESULTS; PERFORMANCE VERSUS PRICE; MPPTS IN LARGE PV AND HYBRID SYSTEMS; COMBINED PV-WIND INSTALLATION AT TERSCHELLING; MPPTS IN WATERPUMP SYSTEMS; CONCLUSIONS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

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