By John Twidell, Ian Hounam, Chris Lewis
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3),(Hussein and others, 1981); shaft energy could power an electrical generator. Similar solar collectors provide a cooling requirement using an Electrolux unit; temperatures of -12 C have been achieved in a 32 C environment. With suitable insulation long term vaccine and drug storage looks feasible at moderate cost, (Uppal and others, 1985). Copra, the main export, is dried in significant quantities using wood driers, The potential of using solar driers was not explored. Wood. Dark bush is an abundant energy source, currently used by the village population accounting for 35% of the Republic's energy consumption.
V. V. sets and twelve 40W lamps. The health centre requires two refrigerators and ten 40W lamps. At present solar powered refrigerators are available in the market (9,10). Over a 24 hour period, the refrigerator motor will operate 30% of the time. Finally a total of 5km of road will require about 100 lighting posts. Table 3(a) gives the analysis of the electricity requirement of the community using the integrated centralised approach. Table 3(b) gives the analysis for discrete centralised while Table 3(c) gives that for the decentralised roof-top approach.
Energy for Rural and Island Communities. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference Held at Inverness, Scotland, 16–19 September 1985 by John Twidell, Ian Hounam, Chris Lewis