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Volume 164, 2018The 3rd International Conference on Electrical Systems, Technology and Information (ICESTI 2017)
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Energy Demand Analysis and Design of a Hybrid Power System in Bawean Islands, Indonesia
Department of Physics Engineering, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology, Surabaya, Indonesia, Indonesia, ITS Street, Sukolilo, Surabaya 60111.
2 Departement of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Science, Carl von Ossietzky Univesity Oldenburg F.R. 26129, Germany
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Over 70 000 000 people in Indonesia have no access to electricity. This study was carried out in Bawean Islands which are located in the Java Sea about 150 km North of Surabaya, the headquarters of East Java. The study to determine the energy services available in the Bawean Island was done through interviewing a random sample of 72 households in two villages namely Komalasa and Lebak. Based on the average monthly electricity consumption of the sampled households connected to the grid, a hybrid renewable energy based electrical supply system was designed for Gili Timur Island, one of the satellite islands around Bawean Island. The system was designed with the aid of a time step simulation software used to design and analyze hybrid power systems. A sensitivity analysis was also carried out on the optimum system to study the effects of variation in some of the system variables. HOMER suggests that for the expected peak load of 131 kW, an optimum system will consist of 150 kW from PV array, two wind turbines each rated 10 kW, a 75 kW diesel generator and batteries for storage.
Key words: Bawean Island / HOMER / Sustainable energy / Renewable energy / Hybrid power systems
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