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|Title:||Energy audit data for a resort island in the South China Sea||Authors:||Basir Khan, M.R.
|Issue Date:||2016||Journal:||Energy audit data for a resort island in the South China Sea. Data in Brief, 6, 489-49||Abstract:||The data consists of actual generation-side auditing including the distribution of loads, seasonal load profiles, and types of loads as well as an analysis of local development planning of a resort island in the South China Sea. The data has been used to propose an optimal combination of hybrid renewable energy systems that able to mitigate the diesel fuel dependency on the island. The resort island selected is Tioman, as it represents the typical energy requirements of many resort islands in the South China Sea. The data presented are related to the research article ". Optimal Combination of Solar, Wind, Micro-Hydro and Diesel Systems based on Actual Seasonal Load Profiles for a Resort Island in the South China Sea" . © 2016 The Authors.||DOI:||10.1016/j.dib.2015.12.033|
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