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Volume 84, 2024International Scientific and Practical Conference “Development and Modern Problems of Aquaculture” (AQUACULTURE 2023)
|Number of page(s)
|Environmental Protection Engineering
|05 January 2024
Development of an combined energy complex consisting of a micro-hydroelectric power plant and a solar photoelectric plant for the conditions of Uzbekistan
Fergana Polytechnical Institute, 150107 Fergana, Uzbekistan
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The article develops a block diagram of an energy device that serves as the embodiment of a microhydroelectric power station and a solar photovoltaic installation. Based on this structural diagram, a combined energy device consisting of a solar photovoltaic power plant and a microhydroelectric power station was developed and installed for experimental research at the family enterprise “Akbarzhon Korki” in the Sokchilik microdistrict, Toshlok district. Based on the needs of the family business, the electricity generated by a combined power plant consisting of a 4 kW solar photovoltaic system and a 0.7 kW microhydroelectric power plant was used for lighting systems, a refrigerator, an electric cooking stove, and a modem. Internet connection device and video surveillance equipment. As a result of the implementation at the family enterprise, 2 124 000 soums of electricity produced by the combined energy device were used for the enterprise’s own needs during the year, and economic efficiency of 12 599 000 soums was achieved.
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