Proceedings of International Conference on Applied Innovation in IT
2019/10/06, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp.15-20

Comparative Analysis of Some Types of Renewable Energy Sources

Abdykadyr Abidov, Talant Ryspaev, Abdimitalip Satybaldyev, Adelya Gorbacheva

Abstract: The article discusses the current state and possibilities of using renewable types of energy in Kyrgyzstan. The efficient assessment is given for using of non-traditional renewable energy sources. The main advantages of using the energy in the national economy are also indicated in the given article. The problem of introduction and use of alternative energy sources, the factors that impede the widespread introduction of new types of facilities in the country are analyzed. On the base of reviewed material, the conclusions are formulated to improve the situation on using renewable energy sources.

Keywords: Energy Supply, Non-Traditional Renewable Energy Sources (NRES), Biomass, Wind Installation, Electricity, Heat Supply, Solar Energy, Installation, Low-Power Water Flows, Organic Fuel

DOI: 10.25673/33312

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