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Feasibility Analysis of Constructing Solar Power Plant by Combining Large Scale Wind Farm

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Hybrid utilization of renewable energy is one of effective method which can solve the problem that unstable of renewable energy so as not to substitute traditional fossil energy. As the typical renewable energy, solar energy and wind energy are in the van of renewable energy utilization. With the large scale utilization of solar and wind energy in the world, constructing large scale solar power plant in the large scale wind farm can make the most of ground resource combining the wind energy with solar energy. Feasibility of constructing large scale solar power plant in the large scale wind farm was analyzed in this paper, and come to a conclusion that constructing large scale solar power plant in the large scale wind farm can not also achieved the goal of mutual support of resource advantages and economizing money but also improved significantly the seasonal mismatch by combining solar with wind.

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M. Zhao, Y. Zhang, S. Song and X. Zhang, "Feasibility Analysis of Constructing Solar Power Plant by Combining Large Scale Wind Farm," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4B, 2013, pp. 89-91. doi: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B017.

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