The supply of Energy resources to the villages located in inland and hilly regions, is disadvantageous both for the domestic and transport purposes. Because these conditions may produce the depopulation of the inland zone, a smart way to ease this inconvenience is to produce in situ electrical Energy for houses and fuel for cars, getting them from an available Energy source in the village, as the solar Energy. The only technology to produce hydrogen ecologically and to minimize CO2 emission, is through RES (Renewable Energy Sources). The solar energy plants must use the surfaces of buildings instead of occupying other green areas useful for agricultural activities. On this basis, we propose in this paper a demonstrative project for a village in Sardinia, consisting of photovoltaic collectors connected in a network, to provide electricity to homes and hydrogen for transport purposes.
|Titolo:||Solar Energy System in A Small Town Constituted of A Network of Photovoltaic Collectors to Produce Electricity for Homes and Hydrogen for Transport Services of Municipality|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Tipologia:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|