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A proposal for national efficient land use planning for power plants in egypt: An integrated nuclear renewable hybrid energy system

Author: 
Algohary, S. and Aly, A. I. M.
Subject Area: 
Life Sciences
Abstract: 

Modern society uses massive amounts of energy. Energy usage rises as population and development increase, and energy production and use often have an impact on biodiversity, land uses and natural resources. For the reduction of direct harm to the world biodiversity, the best energy options are those that use the least amount of land and fresh water, minimize pollution, restrict habitat fragmentation, and have a low risk of accidents that have large and lasting regional impacts on natural areas. Most of the present energy demand in the world is met by fossil fuels and nuclear power plants. A small amount is only met by renewable energy technologies such as the wind, solar, biomass, geothermal etc. There will soon be a time when our plant will face a severe fuel shortage. So, different countries are working now in hybrid energy systems which can integrate different sources of energies such as nuclear and renewable energy systems to meet their needs. On the other hand, electrical power plants are covering and consuming massive land of the urban and rural areas specially the renewable energy. In Egypt, land resources are limited and finite. In the last years, the government has allocated thousands of square meters for energy power plants especially renewable energy. On the other hand, there are a lot of pressure on governmental lands which needs to serve other development activities such as industry, housing, agriculture. According to different studies, nuclear power and renewable energy are forecasted to be the world's fastest-growing energy sources from 2012 to 2040. Newer trends to use hybrid nuclear renewable energy systems are introduced in different countries. This trend aims at using the land of the power plants more efficiently and also using the different sources of energy for continuous loads by economic way. So, a new call for efficient land use planning in Egypt is needed which can be based on hybrid nuclear and renewable energy systems. This paper discusses the different challenges which are facing the hybrid nuclear and renewable energy systems and their different types. It describes the current strategy for power generation in Egypt with emphasis on introducing a new proposal for efficient land use planning for power plants in Egypt which can depend on nuclear renewable hybrid energy power plants. It concludes that land use urban planning in Egypt should look differently for its future strategy for the existing and future allocation of lands for electrical power plants. Also, it conclude that a proposal for El Dabaa site may be considered to introduce another renewable energy such as solar PV in the site beside the nuclear power plant.

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