Solar-Diesel Hybrid System to Stabilize Solar Power Generation
FS Entity: Mizuho Bank
Outline of GHG Mitigation ActivityA PV/Diesel Engine Hybrid System of 4MW capacity will be installed to replace a micro-grid-connected power (Myanmar) or island-grid-connected power (Indonesia), both of which are generated by fossil fuels (diesel). By combining a diesel engine with solar power, utilizing IT technology (software), the power output can be levelised and stabilised with minimum usage of batteries.
Draft JCM Methodology
Reference emissions [tCO2/yr]
= Project power generations (A) [MWh]
x Grid CO2 emission factor (B) [t-CO2/MWh]
Project emissions [tCO2/yr]
= Consumption of fossil fuel in the hybrid system (C) [unit/yr]
x Calorific value (D) [GJ/unit] x CO2 emission factor (E) [tCO2/GJ]
(A)(C): Monitoring in the project
(B): Default values set by taking in various factors in a conservative manner
(D)(E): Default values
Expected GHG Emission ReductionsMyanmar: 6,100tCO2/yr
Site of JCM ProjectMyanmar: Mogok City, Mandalay Region. Indonesia: Nias Island
→ Last year's FS showed a very good result.