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DOI10.1007/s10098-019-01685-1
ISSN1618-954X
Labellattes: 0638551133292550 3 VellosoMartPere:2019:CaStHy
Citation KeyVellosoMartPere:2019:CaStHy
TitleCase study for hybrid power generation combining hydro- and photovoltaic energy resources in the Brazilian semiarid region
Year2019
Access Date2024, June 14
Type of Workjournal article
Secondary TypePRE PI
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Author1 Velloso, Maria Francisca Azeredo
2 Martins, Fernando Ramos
3 Pereira, Enio Bueno
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Affiliation1 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
2 Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP)
3 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
Author e-Mail Address1 mfvelloso@gmail.com
JournalClean Technologies and Environmental Policy
Volume1
Pages1-14
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KeywordsSolar Energy
Photovoltaic
Hydroelectricity
AbstractHydropower is currently the primary energy resource to service the Brazilian electricity sector. However, the dry seasons in the Brazilian semiarid region have become longer due to climate variability, and they have afected the operation of hydropower plants during the last decade. Brazil has a growing energy demand, and energy mix diversifcation is essential to meet the power capacity required to support sustainable development. Investments in photovoltaic power plants are already a robust strategy to foster a new cycle of socioeconomic development based on a low-carbon economy. Hybrid power generation using hydro- and solar energy resources can be an alternative source due to the seasonal complementarity between them in the Brazilian semiarid region. During the dry periods, the photovoltaic power plant can replace hydropower generation. The present study aimed to evaluate the contribution of a solar photovoltaic plant to increase power generation in the Sobradinho hydropower plant operating in the São Francisco River, the most important water resource in the Brazilian semiarid region. The results showed that the PV power plant contributes to saving water for other multiple usages and avoids emissions of greenhouse gases by thermal power plants in long periods of intense drought. According to the simulation results for the 20132015 period, the PV plant would add around 8350 GWh to the actual power generated in Sobradinho using an area smaller than 0.5% of its water reservoir surface. In addition, hybrid power generation would avoid emissions around 27.106 t CO2 released into the atmosphere by thermal power plants using fossil fuels during 3 years.
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