Wind, solar, storage and back-up system designer. Free online calculator tool.

There are two links, the first to the designer free online calculator tool itself and the second link is to my blog post about the designer.
Wind, solar, storage and back-up system designer for 100% renewable energy grids and microgrids with 24/7/52 power-on-demand! ulator.htm
Replies, comments and questions about using the Wind, solar, storage and ba ck-up system designer at this blog link please. -system-designer
Peak demand, wind, solar and back-up power / energy usage and storage capac ity calculator
For the specification and design of renewable energy electricity generation systems which successfully smooth intermittent wind and solar generation t o serve customer demand, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 52 weeks a year.
Adopting the recommendation derived from scientific computer modelling, the tables offer rows of previously successful modelled system configurations ? row A, a configuration with no back-up power and rows B to H offe ring alternative ratios of wind and solar power to back-up power.
The recommended energy storage capacity is about 90% of one day?s a verage wind and solar energy generation.
The tables? columns consist of power and energy variables.
A cell value can be adjusted according to the design criteria and then all the other table values will be recalculated, spreadsheet-style.
The wind and solar power generation Capacity Factor (C.F.) percentages can be adjusted too.
The energy generation percentages from wind and solar power can be adjusted , either directly or according to the latitude of the system.
A configuration text page for a row which has been adjusted and designed sa tisfactorily can be opened for text output by clicking on the row?s ?TXT? icon in the ?Open text page? column.
The recommendations derived from modelling are only specified to 2 signific ant figures so take with a pinch of salt any apparently third ?sign ificant? figures in the numbers output in the configuration text pa ges.
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