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Hybrid system of generating electricity, solar eolic diesel San Juanico, Baja California Sur, Mexico; Sistema hibrido de generacion electrica, eolico solar diesel San Juanico, Baja California Sur, Mexico

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Abstract

The Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE), and the northamerican electric company Arizona Public Service (APS), made an agreement of collaboration to develop a project of generating electricity with the use of renewable resources. The premises that where agreed on are the following: 1. Focus the project a rural community. 2. The cost of the whole project should be lower than compared to the interconnection to a conventional system. 3. Acceptance of the community, and the governmental authorities. 4. Sustentability of the operation of the system. Several technical and economical analysis where done, such as the evaluation of the solar and eolic resources, study of the environmental impact, negotiation agreements so it would be possible to obtain de economical resources from Niagara Mohawk (NIMO), and the USAID, all of this thru the supervising of the Sandia National Laboratories. After the anemometric and solar radiation measures where made, it was considered that the community of San Juanico, en Baja California Sur, Mexico, was the most feasible one, it was necessary also to consider the aspects of logistics, socials, size of the community and as a detonator for the economic activities of tourism and fishing. The APS formulated the executive project in accordance  More>>
Authors:
Huerta, Javier; [1]  Johnston, Peter; [2]  Napikoski, Chester; [3]  Escutia, Ricardo [4] 
  1. Comision Federal de Electricidad, La Paz, Baja California Sur (Mexico)
  2. Technology Development, Arizona (United States)
  3. Generation Engineering, Arizona (United States)
  4. Comision Federal de Electricidad, Baja California Sur (Mexico)
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2000
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
ETDE-MX-0100094
Resource Relation:
Conference: ISES Millennium Solar Forum 2000, Mexico, D. F. (Mexico), 17-22 Sep 2000
Subject:
14 SOLAR ENERGY; POWER GENERATION; RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES; ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS; SOLAR RADIATION; MEXICO; ENERGY CONSUMPTION; ENERGY EFFICIENCY; MEXICAN ORGANIZATIONS; NUMERICAL DATA
OSTI ID:
20174911
Country of Origin:
Mexico
Language:
Spanish
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: MX0100094
Availability:
Available in the proceedings of the ISES Millenium Solar Forum 2000 (ISBN 968-5219-01-X) 2000, p. 529-533. Also available from Asociacion Nacional de Energia Solar (ANES), Prolongacion Av. Reforma S/N, edificio del CENIDET 4to. piso, Col. Palmira, 62490, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Tel: (777) 310 1650
Submitting Site:
MX
Size:
[5] pages
Announcement Date:
Nov 21, 2005

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Huerta, Javier, Johnston, Peter, Napikoski, Chester, and Escutia, Ricardo. Hybrid system of generating electricity, solar eolic diesel San Juanico, Baja California Sur, Mexico; Sistema hibrido de generacion electrica, eolico solar diesel San Juanico, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Mexico: N. p., 2000. Web.
Huerta, Javier, Johnston, Peter, Napikoski, Chester, & Escutia, Ricardo. Hybrid system of generating electricity, solar eolic diesel San Juanico, Baja California Sur, Mexico; Sistema hibrido de generacion electrica, eolico solar diesel San Juanico, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Mexico.
Huerta, Javier, Johnston, Peter, Napikoski, Chester, and Escutia, Ricardo. 2000. "Hybrid system of generating electricity, solar eolic diesel San Juanico, Baja California Sur, Mexico; Sistema hibrido de generacion electrica, eolico solar diesel San Juanico, Baja California Sur, Mexico." Mexico.
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title = {Hybrid system of generating electricity, solar eolic diesel San Juanico, Baja California Sur, Mexico; Sistema hibrido de generacion electrica, eolico solar diesel San Juanico, Baja California Sur, Mexico}
author = {Huerta, Javier, Johnston, Peter, Napikoski, Chester, and Escutia, Ricardo}
abstractNote = {The Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE), and the northamerican electric company Arizona Public Service (APS), made an agreement of collaboration to develop a project of generating electricity with the use of renewable resources. The premises that where agreed on are the following: 1. Focus the project a rural community. 2. The cost of the whole project should be lower than compared to the interconnection to a conventional system. 3. Acceptance of the community, and the governmental authorities. 4. Sustentability of the operation of the system. Several technical and economical analysis where done, such as the evaluation of the solar and eolic resources, study of the environmental impact, negotiation agreements so it would be possible to obtain de economical resources from Niagara Mohawk (NIMO), and the USAID, all of this thru the supervising of the Sandia National Laboratories. After the anemometric and solar radiation measures where made, it was considered that the community of San Juanico, en Baja California Sur, Mexico, was the most feasible one, it was necessary also to consider the aspects of logistics, socials, size of the community and as a detonator for the economic activities of tourism and fishing. The APS formulated the executive project in accordance with the recommendations of the different areas of CFE. The project consists basically in the installation of 10 wind generators of 10 Kw, a battery bank for 432 KWh, plus a diesel generator for emergencies of 80 Kw. Besides the civil and electromechanical installation. It was necessary to involve the community in the knowledge and followup of the project form it's, considering that this factor would be essential, so it could be successful. Lamps of low consumption where installed on the houses and street lightning, to optimize the system. The patronato that is a civil association of the community, is in charge of the administration of the system, it receives support from personnel of CFE. The income that is generated thru the selling of electric energy, guarantees the sustainable operation of the system. [Spanish] La Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE), y la empresa electrica norteamericana Arizona Public Service (APS), firmaron un convenio de colaboracion para desarrollar un proyecto de generacion de energia electrica con la utilizacion de energias renovables. Las premisas que se acordaron fueron las siguientes: 1. Enfoque del proyecto hacia una comunidad rural. 2. El costo de la obra debera ser menor al de su interconexion con el sistema convencional. 3. Aceptacion por parte de la comunidad, y autoridades gubernamentales. 4. Sustentabilidad de la operacion del sistema. Se efectuaron diversos analisis tecnicos y economicos asi como la evaluacion del recurso solar y eolico, estudio de impacto ambiental, plan de negocios para obtener la aprobacion de los recursos economicos ante instancias como Niagara Mohawk (NIMO), y la USAID, mediante la supervision de los Laboratorios Nacionales de Sandia. Despues de efectuarse las mediciones anemometricas y de radiacion solar, en diversas comunidades, se considero a la comunidad de San Juanico como la mas viable; tambien los aspectos de logistica, sociales, tamano de la comunidad y como detonador para las actividades economicas como la pesca y el turismo. La APS llevo a cabo el proyecto ejecutivo de conformidad con las recomendaciones de la Comision Federal de Electricidad. El proyecto consistio basicamente en la instalacion de 10 aerogeneradores de 10 Kw. c/u, un arreglo solar de 17 Kw., un inversor de 70 Kw., un banco de baterias de 432 Kwh., mas un motogenerador diesel de emergencia de 80 Kw. Ademas de la obra civil y electromecanica. Fue necesario involucrar a la poblacion en el conocimiento y seguimiento del proyecto desde sus inicios, ya que consideramos que este factor seria indispensable para lograr el exito del mismo. Se instalaron lamparas ahorradoras de energia en viviendas y alumbrado publico para optimizar el aprovechamiento del sistema. La administracion del sistema esta a cargo de un patronato el cual recibe asesoria por parte del personal de CFE. Los ingresos por venta de energia garantizan la operacion sustentable del sistema.}
place = {Mexico}
year = {2000}
month = {Jul}
}