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Table 10

Comparison between the recent study and others from literature.

References Year Location Solar system type Wind turbine type Critical findings
Eltayeb et al. [34] 2023 India Solar panel horizontal axis A tree is an artificial structure that resembles a natural tree, and solar modules and wind turbines are installed on top of its branches. There is a possibility of generating 3 kilowatts of power from this system, which consists of 2 kilowatts of solar energy and 1 kilowatt of wind energy.
Sarash et al. [35] 2023 India Single axis solar tracking Horizontal wind turbine The solar-wind hybrid power generation system can generate electricity continuously to meet load demands. Hybrid systems can overcome the disadvantages imposed by adverse weather conditions. Due to climatic conditions, solar energy conversion efficiency varies. In the absence of steady wind speed, wind energy cannot produce stable electricity. Hybrid power generation utilizing renewable energy is therefore more efficient in providing a stable and balanced supply of electricity.
Manusmare et al. [36] 2023 India Monocrystalline PV panels Vertical and horizontal turbines The combined use of wind and solar power generation is used to model hybrid renewable energy systems. Energy can be provided continuously by the proposed hybrid system. Without disturbing the natural balance, electricity will be produced at a reasonable cost.
Muchiri et al. [37] 2023 Kenya Monocrystalline PV panels Vertical turbine In the eastern region of Kenya, wind and solar resources can be integrated into hybrid energy systems. An average wind speed of 3.0 m/s was observed with a wind energy density of 17 watts/m2. PV systems with a maximum installed capacity of 1 kilowatt will receive 2130 kWh of solar insolation per m2 on an annual basis, and 5.8 kWh per m2 on a daily basis.
Sakti et al. [38] 2023 Indonesia Polycrystalline PV panels Horizontal turbine Malahing Village − Indonesia has a potential wind speed of 3.58 m/s and a potential solar radiation of 4.63 kW/m2. Simulated results suggest the best configuration for 231 kWh/day is a 16.1 kW photovoltaic system, a 5.1 kW wind turbine, a 16.3 kW inverter, and 220 kWh of storage. A solar panel system produces 22,276 kWh of electricity per year. A total of 70,446 kWh/year are generated by the wind turbine electrical system. Wind turbines provide 76% of the system's electricity, while solar panels provide 24%.
Charpota and Sharma [39] 2023 India Polycrystalline PV panels Horizontal turbine A variety of renewable energy sources was used in this study to maintain voltage management and voltage stability of the entire microgrid system through the use of power electronics. These power quality problems can be fixed or at least reduced by the proposed hybrid system. In this microgrid, solar and wind power generation can fluctuate irregularly, and the energy storage system can serve as a backup power source.
Recent Study 2023 Malaysia Monocrystalline PV panels Darrieus wind turbine An energy generation system that combines solar and wind power was developed in this study. A number of improvements were suggested to the blade shape using the Q-blade program in the study. According to the results of the study, a maximum of 0.88 kilowatts of electricity can be generated. The increased drag that is exposed to the blades of Darius wind turbines also reduces the required lift to operate them.

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