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A Mechanism for Using Renewable Energy Applications in Remote Areas

Safwat Abdel Fattah Seleem
2015 Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development  
The idea is based on creating a self-sustaining simple closed system that can be replicated in different settlements which offers prosperity for the local communities.  ...  Accordingly, the implementation of the sustainable energy sources is no longer a luxury, but a key issue for survival.  ...  It aims to create a sustained community based on available local resources and components.  ... 
doi:10.21622/resd.2015.01.1.131 doaj:48b2901edff74d758769a4c99cd24402 fatcat:kdku3t7375arpdvj5r7rqp67uy

Sustainable Child Friendly City Development (RPTRA) and its Energy Supply in the Archipelago Region (Case Study: Tidung Island, Thousand Islands, North Jakarta Municipality, DKI Jakarta Province

Saut Hamonangan Munthe
2022 Zenodo  
Furthermore, the need to procure city facilities for children is also associated with the implementation of sustainable energy facilities, so that the construction of Tidung island based on Child Worthy  ...  Cities can be categorized into Sustainable Urban Development.The condition of Tidung Island Village as an Island, clearly has a special way of development.  ...  In addition to being connected to the grid (grid-connected), the supply of electrical energy to Child Friendly Cities (RPTRA) can also be done off-grid.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6521673 fatcat:li4eysf5ubeari7o5zeuv2ohzq

Sustainability Index of Solar Power Plants in Remote Areas in Indonesia

Dwipayana, Iwa Garniwa, Herdis Herdiansyah
2021 Technology and Economics of Smart Grids and Sustainable Energy  
This research analyzes the sustainability of Solar Power in remote areas as environmentally friendly energy built by government funds (State Budget).  ...  The research location is in Sukarasa Village, Bogor, Indonesia, a remote area that has Solar Power as a source of community energy.  ...  friendly energy.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40866-020-00098-0 fatcat:oxrqiir6ozgnnlaejsk5fsdfna

Integrated Grid Flexibility: Where to Find It [In My View]

Mark McGranaghan
2021 IEEE Power and Energy Magazine  
network compatible, grid-friendly electric vehicle charging, and cloud-based energy resource management systems.  ...  These solutions can also be a part of the strategy for communities to take control of their energy costs, decarbonization, resilience, and sustainability.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mpe.2021.3072822 fatcat:rdo5ej4zlvd3tbtblml5drvaci

Making the World More Sustainable: Enabling Localized Energy Generation and Distribution on Decentralized Smart Grid Systems

Harrison John Bhatti, Mike Danilovic
2018 World Journal of Engineering and Technology  
This paper claims that in this modern era, it is arduous for traditional grid to fulfill the rising demand of electricity, along with sustainable, eco-friendly and stable power supply, as it cannot be  ...  Smart grid establishes an interface between utility and consumer which helps to use energy, based on the preferences of price, eco-friendly and without technical system issues.  ...  Finding resources of energy and plans for the development of sustainable energy needed to be maintained by the local community.  ... 
doi:10.4236/wjet.2018.62022 fatcat:pdhkrt66tzfwlhwn2wbb6y5zwq

Research on Coordinated Development Evaluation Index System of Power Grid Enterprise

Hui Tang
2011 International Journal of Business and Management  
Power grid enterprise's sustainable development is very important to China's power industry sustainable development.  ...  It can give a good reference for power grid enterprise to realize sustainable development.  ...  This is the only way to promote local economic sustainable development.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v6n2p227 fatcat:fe32bqbmzfaezcdemg35d3y7my

Ecovillages, Environment and Sustainability Practice

Sham Rohana, Imran Mohammad, Doleres Csabai, Nik Mastura Nik Mohammad
2021 Environment-Behaviour Proceedings Journal (E-BPJ)  
This study test four independent variables, namely energy efficiency, organic food, telework, and social media, towards the sustainability practice of the Ecovillages operation worldwide.  ...  This paper focuses on the Ecovillages operation, environment, and sustainable practices implemented among the current operating Ecovillages worldwide.  ...  Their energy source is both solar panels and the primary grid.  ... 
doi:10.21834/ebpj.v6i17.2819 fatcat:nhpevns6erhmllatrkwvhm57p4

Challenges of Microgrids in Remote Communities: A STEEP Model Application

Daniel Akinyele, Juri Belikov, Yoash Levron
2018 Energies  
to off-grid communities, including their economic benefits.  ...  Better insights into microgrid systems are expected to address the drawbacks and improve the situation that can lead to widespread and sustainable applications in off-grid communities around the world  ...  supplying energy to off-grid communities, including their economic benefits [1] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/en11020432 fatcat:v6ms4bigzvbepdnwy6ccw6yjdi

The Role of the Internet of Things (IoT) in Energy Management of a Smart City

I Maltseva, K Tkachuk
2020 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering  
Furthermore, energy sectors are currently integrated with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions, especially the Internet of Things (IoT), for efficient and sustainable energy management  ...  The 2030 climate & energy framework contains three key targets for Europe: to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and increase the share of renewable energy (RE) sources and promote energy efficiency.  ...  Introduction In modern society, one of the main tasks in the field of energy systems is the creation of sustainable energy infrastructure, which is a properly organized eco-and society-friendly technical  ... 
doi:10.1088/1757-899x/972/1/012018 fatcat:ywlj7cg2szgdfda6wfp7e2rfqe

Bringing Business and Societal Impact Together in an Evolving Energy Sector

Iliana Ilieva, Smart Innovation Norway, Håkon Melbergs vei 16, 1783, Halden, Norway, Bernt Bremdal, Sanket Puranik, Smart Innovation Norway, Håkon Melbergs vei 16, 1783, Halden and the University of Tromsø, Postboks 6050 Langnes, 9037 Tromsø, Norway, Smart Innovation Norway, Håkon Melbergs vei 16, 1783, Halden, Norway
2019 Journal of Clean Energy Technologies  
Referring to discussions, analyses and undertaken initiatives this paper concludes that business models which incorporate environmentally friendly, local and social and fair energy are capable of accelerating  ...  This paper focuses on the compound influence that TSI may have within the energy domain.  ...  Thus, an exploitation strategy is suggested where localism (associated with patriotism and short travelled energy), renewables (associated with sustainability) and social (meaning user-friendly technologies  ... 
doi:10.18178/jocet.2019.7.3.508 fatcat:fstvwjajgfc6dp4nqjjblrrbee

Mapping the potential of green energy to border societies of Indonesia and Timor Leste (a preliminary study)

Frederikus Fios, Ade Gafar Abdullah, Asep Bayu Dani Nandiyanto
2018 MATEC Web of Conferences  
Local people are also open to accept the construction of microgrid electric technology facilities based on wind energy that is environmentally friendly.  ...  The findings of potential wind and acceptance of local communities can be important information for the Indonesian government to adopt relevant policies to support development efforts to provide electricity  ...  This openness and attitudes of local communities are a sign that the local community is technically and sociologically open to accept the construction of micro grid-based electric energy technology facilities  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/201819713006 fatcat:olwhli4v25bt7ap22ewfuwyrou

Solar Energy Initiatives and its Positive Impacts on African Nations (SADC and Nigeria): A News Review

Chima Ichendu, Dennis Ejike Amadi
2021 Saudi Journal of Engineering and Technology  
The paper appraises the impact of the introduction of solar energy technologies on a student of Lesotho, his supervisor and the community.  ...  as a form of renewable energy technologies.  ...  Significantly, it is a local, eco-friendly sustainable means of providing electricity from solar and is not dependent on energy from the national grid.  ... 
doi:10.36348/sjet.2021.v06i04.001 fatcat:ibrnt2vpwre43ojm4s4r6x7c2y

University of Central Punjab (UCP), Lahore, Pakistan's Responsibility for SDG's and World Complex Challenges Pertaining to its Innovation for Energy and Climate Change Management

Javaria Qais Joiya, Qais Aslam
2021 Journal of Sustainability Perspectives  
eco-friendly energy sources for achieving sustainability and abiding by the Goal 7 of the SDG (Affordable and Clean Energy).  ...  energy consumption of UCP is being produced through state-of-the-art grid-tired solar system.  ...  eco-friendly energy sources for achieving sustainability and abiding by the Goal 7 of the SDG (Affordable and Clean Energy).  ... 
doi:10.14710/jsp.2021.12003 fatcat:xxfgxgckynfnzk7i7mozu2tme4

Operating Renewable Energy Communities to Reduce Power Peaks in the Distribution Grid: An Analysis on Grid-Friendliness, Different Shares of Participants, and Economic Benefits

Robin Sudhoff, Sebastian Schreck, Sebastian Thiem, Stefan Niessen
2022 Energies  
Thus, grid-friendly renewable energy communities might be a cost-effective way to defer future grid reinforcements.  ...  strategy of a grid-friendly renewable energy community achieves a peak power reduction of 23–55%.  ...  Table 1 . 1 [12,28]for energy purchase from and feed-in into the renewable energy community and the external grid based on electricity prices and regulatory incentive models for local renewable energy  ... 
doi:10.3390/en15155468 fatcat:2rfbeosv5jbl5jfl3uq6c3i47a

Integrating Social Dimensions into Future Sustainable Energy Supply Networks

Matevz Obrecht, Yigit Kazancoglu, Matjaz Denac
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Public actors are ready to shape sustainable energy supply and also willing to pay 5.8% more for a sustainable energy supply.  ...  Environmental protection and sustainable development have become an inevitable trend in many areas, including the energy industry.  ...  different stakeholders (e.g., local communities or private-public partnerships) as well as (d) comprehensive assessment of new technologies and concepts (e.g., IoT, AI, V2G, Smart grid, Smart communities  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17176230 pmid:32867205 fatcat:3jlkioxjajgqpmfjhr3ij7ztpu
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