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Optimized renewable and sustainable electricity generation systems for Ulleungdo Island in South Korea

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  • Optimized renewable and sustainable electricity generation systems for Ulleungdo Island in South Korea
  • Yoo, Kyeongsik; park, Eunil; Kim, Heetae; Ohm, Jay Y.; Yang, Taeyong; Kim, Ki Joon; Chang, Hyun Joon; Del Pobil, Angel P.
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Title Optimized renewable and sustainable electricity generation systems for Ulleungdo Island in South Korea
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Yoo, Kyeongsik; park, Eunil; Kim, Heetae; Ohm, Jay Y.; Yang, Taeyong; Kim, Ki Joon; Chang, Hyun Joon; Del Pobil, Angel P.

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Basel, Switzerland : Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute

Date 2014-11
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Sustainability:vol. 6(no. 11)
Pages 11
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Energy
Territorial Development < Environment
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Abstract

The South Korean government has long been attempting to reduce the nation’s heavy reliance on fossil fuels and increase environmental safety by developing and installing renewable power generation infrastructures and implementing policies for promoting the green growth of Korea’s energy industry. This study focuses on the use of independent renewable power generation systems in the more than 3000 officially affirmed islands off Korea’s coast and proposes a simulated solution to the electricity load demand on Ulleungdo Island that incorporates several energy sources (including solar, batteries, and wind) as well as one hydro-electric and two diesel generators. Recommendations based on the simulation results and the limitations of the study are discussed.