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Research & Reviews: Journal of Engineering and Technology

Author(s): Savita Lolla, Roy SB, Chowdhury

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This study assesses the potential for combined grid-connected wind and solar resources for the regional power grids of India and explores if spatio-temporal complementarity in these resources can minimize the effect of grid-scale intermittency. Wind and solar resources estimated from the MERRA Reanalyses show that the southern grid has the most potential for renewable energy followed by the western, eastern and northeastern grids. Using the spatio-temporal complementarity in these resources to reduce renewable energy intermittency problem is realistically possible only in the northern grid.

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This article was published in Energy Procedia. and referenced in Research & Reviews: Journal of Engineering and Technology

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