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Technical and economic assessment of hybrid photovoltaic/wind system with battery storage in Corsica island

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  • Diaf, S.
  • Belhamel, M.
  • Haddadi, M.
  • Louche, A.

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  • Diaf, S. & Belhamel, M. & Haddadi, M. & Louche, A., 2008. "Technical and economic assessment of hybrid photovoltaic/wind system with battery storage in Corsica island," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 36(2), pages 743-754, February.
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