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Identification of energy needs of 4 native communities from the low urubamba and a proposal for decentralised supply

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Spanish

<http://hdl.handle.net/10251/34205>

Abstract

Consultation at the ETSI Industrial Library (7913) [es] The memory described presents two distinct objects which are linked when considering a local development project. The first was to carry out a comprehensive diagnosis of the four indigenous communities in which the School for Development operates, specifically analysing the energy services and infrastructures they own. Taking into account the way of life and the characteristics of the population selected, an energy needs study is carried out which takes into account the needs and concerns of these villages defined according to their current development model. On the basis of the study carried out and the energy demands obtained, the second subject of the project is presented, where a proposal is made for electricity supply using a micro solar photovoltaic grid to meet the needs of the identified persons, taking into account the sustainability criteria for technology in rural areas. Myra Martínez, D. (2008). Identification of energy needs of 4 native communities from the low urubamba and a proposal for decentralised supply. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/34205. Delegated archive

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