Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems
Hybrid Energy Systems
What is a hybrid power system?
Energy systems created using multiple energy sources are called hybrid energy systems. Systems built using multiple energy sources such as solar and wind, solar and diesel generator, wind and diesel generator, or solar, wind and diesel generator systems are called hybrid energy systems.
With a hybrid energy system, you can meet your electricity needs using renewable energy sources for 12 months of the year.
During the summer months, when the sun’s rays are strongest and brightest, wind speeds are low. In winter, when there is less solar energy, the wind speed is greater. The efficiency of energy production in wind and solar energy systems varies at different times of the day and at different times of the year.
That is, on days when the wind speed is insufficient or inefficient, solar energy can be used as an alternative. Thus, the system ensures the continuity of energy production.
Hybrid applications are especially applicable in systems where there is a demand for energy in summer and winter, and interruptions are not allowed, or where an installed solar or wind power system is supported. Hybrid applications can double or triple the use of solar, wind and diesel energy sources. The system is exactly the same as a working Solar or Wind Power system, just added to the system.