Techno-economic analysis of PEM fuel cells role in photovoltaic-based systems for the remote base stations

@inproceedings{Bezmalinovi2012TechnoeconomicAO,
  title={Techno-economic analysis of PEM fuel cells role in photovoltaic-based systems for the remote base stations},
  author={Dario Bezmalinovi{\'c}},
  year={2012}
}
Expansion of telecommunication networks even to the most remote areas where connection to the utility grid could never be justified, especially in touristic regions, has led to the increasing need for stand-alone power systems. In Adriatic coastal area employment of hybrid photovoltaic-based systems is straightforward due to high sun potential. Inherent intermittent nature of renewable sources is especially not compatible with telecommunication system who require uninterrupted power supply… CONTINUE READING

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