Improving the Efficiency and Reliability of Renewable Energy Systems A Study of Parallel and Distributed Architectures for Integrated Wind and Solar Power Generation

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Xing Chen
Dingguo Huang
Qingchun Ren
Yong Yang
Ye Yuan


The implications of relevant sustainable practices have reflected the scholastic features to improve the environmental resources. The study highlights the importance of conservation of environment and power system in search of proven solutions to improve the penetration level. The need for flexibility has signified the special characteristics that are conventional in increasing the integrity of renewable resources. The ideologies have global trends have integrated the cost of affectivity with the growing applications of power projects. The architecture of wind and solar energy has touched successful benchmarks with respect to the real world implications. The conceptual practices help in initializing the practices towards biomass as well as determining the impact of renewable energy on wind and solar power energy in a significant manner. In addition to that, the applications of solar or photovoltaic cell have been mentioned in the study which has greater significance. The ideas based on the emission of greenhouse gases have been evaluated in the study that shows the after effects as well. The use of passive solar energy and active solar energy has clearly discussed the concept of sustainability and the process of administering towards various climatic conditions. Lastly, the impact of renewable resources on social, environmental, technical and economic aspects has verified the relevant practice of sustainability.

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Special Issue - Scalability and Sustainability in Distributed Sensor Networks