Document Type : Research Paper


Department of Economics, Shahid Bahonar University, Kerman, Iran.


Although the development of science and technology in the present era has increased human satisfaction from life, it has caused the problems such as environmental pollution and increased demand for energy carriers, especially fossil fuels. Considering that fossil fuels can be exhausted, the most suitable solutions to address the consequences are the use of renewable energy sources to generate electricity. In this paper, using the Particle Cumulative Optimization (PSO) algorithm, we have tried to design an optimal photovoltaic and winding model to supply the power of an area in such a way that the electrical charge generated by this system has the reliable capability and economically viable.                                                                                 


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