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Prospective Study: Choice of the Potential Sites Intended for the New Renewable Energy Approach

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Abstract

Morocco since the year 1929 has given great importance to the construction of dams and to ensure their sustainability. 128 large dams currently operational, totaling nearly 17.2 billion m3 of capacity, are the result of the efforts made in the deployment of dams strategy. As part of our new approach of renewable energy production from dams, this article aims to explore the application of this concept. Several criteria are fixed to make the most advantageous location choice to get an efficient power production.

DOI 10.11648/j.ijrse.s.2015040302.12
Published in International Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy (Volume 4, Issue 3-2, May 2015)

This article belongs to the Special Issue Wind-Generated Waves, 2D Integrable KdV Hierarchies and Solitons

Page(s) 6-9
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Keywords

Renewable Energy, Wind Generated Waves, Dams, Power, Multiple-Criteria Decision-Making

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    Mahmoud Akdi, Moulay Brahim Sedra. Prospective Study: Choice of the Potential Sites Intended for the New Renewable Energy Approach. Int J Sustain Green Energy. 2014;4(3-2):6-9. doi: 10.11648/j.ijrse.s.2015040302.12

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Author Information
  • LHESIR, Faculty of Science of Kenitra, Ibn Toufail University, Kenitra, Morocco

  • LHESIR, Faculty of Science of Kenitra, Ibn Toufail University, Kenitra, Morocco; ENSAH, Mohammed First University, Al Hoceima, Morocco

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