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One of this book’s main ambitions is to create a sustainable ecosystem including water generation and sanitation, food production, and renewable energy generation by producing minimum pollution to the environment. This chapter completes the big picture by providing the design of crucial components such as solar and wind energy generation systems, energy storage system and developing a strategy for power supply system for the Open Digital Innovation Hub (ODIH). Long-term and short-term energy production and consumption estimations were carried out, considering the equipment's technical characteristics and the house model’s geographical location. To achieve a continuous power supply, system needs are gathered, and a requirement list is created. As a result of detailed market research, the necessary solar panels, auxiliary wind turbines and domestic batteries were selected by paying attention to ODIH’s monthly energy consumption Peak and continuous power characteristics of every device used in ODIH are considered as well as their energy requirements. The energy generation system is then structured by mechanically integrating renewable energy generation and storage systems in ODIH. Additionally, we show the carbon emissions comparison between a typical house fed by a traditional energy system and renewable sources.

The author would like to acknowledge the help and contributions of Mehmet Akif Ekrekli, Alaattin Canpolat, Berk Ürkmez, Enes Ürkmez, Eymen Ipek, İlayda Zeynep Mert, Melike Esin Sert, Mert Yavaşca, Tayfun Ozan Koç, and Yade Kilimci in completing of this chapter.

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    Classification of wind relative to speed and direction.

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    The wind rose is the time-honoured technique of graphically displaying wind conditions such as direction and velocity over a period at a specific location.

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    Albedo is identified as the proportion of solar radiation's diffuse reflection to the overall received solar exposure.

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    Soiling is the result of the accumulation of substances during a period in which no exterior cleaning is occurring.

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    The electrical performance of the PV panel is negatively affected by the shading of the faceplate module glass due to particle build-up.

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Correspondence to Sinan Küfeoğlu .

Appendix 3.1 Yearly Consumption of Equipment and Household Appliances

Appendix 3.1 Yearly Consumption of Equipment and Household Appliances

See Table 3.18.

Table 3.18 Consumption of appliances in ODIH

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Küfeoğlu, S. (2021). Energy. In: The Home of the Future. Sustainable Development Goals Series. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-75093-0_3

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