Increasing self electricity consumption by using double water heating tanks for residential net zero-energy buildings

@article{Annuk2017IncreasingSE,
  title={Increasing self electricity consumption by using double water heating tanks for residential net zero-energy buildings},
  author={Andres Annuk and Erkki J{\~o}gi and Mart Hovi and Maido M{\"a}rss and Jaanus Uiga and Hardi H{\~o}imoja and T{\~o}nis Peets and Janar Kalder and Algirdas Jasinskas and Alo Allik},
  journal={2017 IEEE 6th International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Applications (ICRERA)},
  year={2017},
  pages={106-110}
}
The article concentrates on the energy storage problem arising from small scale residential electricity generation, in the current case wind micro turbine and PV panels. The research objective is to increase the locally consumed energy share by using two water tanks, aiming to shorten the breakeven periods of the renewable energy production devices. The shaved peaks from stochastic wind turbine and PV generation are fed into a preheating tank; the remaining excess power is fed into the main… CONTINUE READING

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