Optimal Combination of Solar Energy and Diesel Fuel in a System Used in Remote Areas

Mohammed Alsubaie, Mohammed Ajour


Regarding importance of security and safety in all countries around the world, the work of the security men requires the use of all means of communication wired or wireless to surveillance and monitor the security situation around the clock. So, there are remote sites belonging to the Ministry of the Interior such as deserts, mountains and maritime islands takes a long time to arrive to it after trouble and hardship. At those locations, towers and communication devices working on generators that work by diesel but the main problem is the sudden interruption for these generators causing disrupted communication devices. And the period of interruption may be an opportunity for intruder to entry across borders or for terrorist person in carrying out his plans. So, we had to resort to renewable energy for a stable and sustainable energy working permanently to nurture communication devices while backup generators in case of a defect in a renewable energy system.Through the renewable energy will decrease many problems including sudden interruption of communication devices that may cause security problems, reducing the cost of fuel, the cost of spare parts. The research interested in using optimal combination of solar energy and diesel fuel in a system used in remote areas, the system can provide the electrical power all time without any trip because it works in completed way when the diesel fuel ends the system will use the electrical power which produced by solar energy in automatically.

Keywords: Simulation, Optimal combination, solar energy, diesel fuel and remote areas.

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