Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Innovation in Energy Systems - New Technologies for Changing Paradigms

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Taha Selim Ustun

Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute

PublishedNovember 27th, 2019

Doi10.5772/intechopen.81310

ISBN978-1-78984-108-4

Print ISBN978-1-78984-107-7

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-78985-591-3

Copyright year2019

Number of pages254

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Table of Contents

Open access peer-reviewed  chapters

1. Solar-Wind Energy Assessment by Big Data Analysis

By Vikas Khare and Aaquil Bunglowala

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5. Use of Micro-Cogeneration in Microgrids to Support Renewables

By Kemal Aygul, Burak Esenboga, Abdurrahman Yavuzdeger, Fırat Ekinci, Tugce Demirdelen and Mehmet Tumay

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6. Hybrid Maritime Microgrids: A Quest for Future Onboard Integrated Marine Power Systems

By Thomas Caravella, Christopher Austell, Christian Brady-Alvarez and Salem Elsaiah

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7. Vehicle Electrification: Technologies, Challenges, and a Global Perspective for Smart Grids

By Vitor Monteiro, Jose A. Afonso, Tiago J.C. Sousa, Luiz L. Cardoso, Jose Gabriel Pinto and Joao L. Afonso

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9. Hybrid Energy-Based Chilling System for Food Preservation in Remote Areas

By Edwin Mohan, Saranya Nair Mohan and Joseph Sekhar Santhappan

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