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litterature review for renewable energy in different countries by using deep learning


methods Introduction: Renewable energy has become a major focus for governments and organizations around the world due to its potential to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change. Deep learning methods, a subset of artificial intelligence, have gained attention for their ability to provide more accurate predictions in the renewable energy sector. This literature review will examine the use of deep learning methods in different countries for renewable energy research and identify the key findings and challenges faced. Methodology: A systematic literature review was conducted to identify relevant studies on the use of deep learning methods in renewable energy research. The following databases were searched: Scopus, ScienceDirect, IEEE Xplore, and Google Scholar. The keywords used for the search included “renewable energy”, “deep learning”, “neural networks”, and “machine learning”. Only studies published in the past five years and in English language were included in this review. Findings: The literature review identified several studies that have used deep learning methods in renewable energy research in different countries such as the United States, China, India, and Germany. These studies have focused on various renewable energy sources including solar, wind, hydro, and bioenergy. In the United States, a study by Rastogi et al. (2019) used deep learning methods to predict solar power generation by considering variables such as temperature, humidity, and solar irradiation. The results showed that the deep learning method outperformed traditional machine learning methods in predicting solar power generation. Similarly, a study by Deka et al. (2018) used deep learning to accurately predict wind power generation in the US. In China, Liu et al. (2019) used deep learning to optimize the design of a solar PV system. The study used historical data and weather forecast to determine the best configuration for the system. The results showed that the deep learning model was able to improve the energy yield and reduce the overall cost of the system. In India, a study by Singh et al. (2018) used deep learning methods to forecast solar and wind power generation in the country. The study showed that the deep learning model performed better than traditional forecasting methods, which can aid in decision-making for integration of renewable energy sources into the grid. In Germany, a study by Alipanahi and Kazemian (2019) used deep learning to predict the energy production of a photovoltaic system. The results showed that the deep learning model was able to significantly improve the accuracy of energy production predictions compared to traditional methods. Challenges: Despite the promising results, there are some challenges associated with the use of deep learning methods for renewable energy research. These include the requirement of large amounts of high-quality data, high computation power, and complex data preprocessing. Additionally, the lack of standardized datasets and models for deep learning in renewable energy research poses a challenge for comparison and replication of results. Conclusion: In conclusion, deep learning methods have shown great potential in improving the accuracy and efficiency of renewable energy research in various countries. They have been successfully applied in predicting energy generation, optimizing system design, and forecasting. However, there is a need for more standardized datasets and models and addressing the challenges associated with deep learning methods to ensure their wider adoption in renewable energy research. Update (2024-02-12): Renewable energy has gained significant attention in recent years as a promising alternative to traditional fossil fuels. With the increasing demand for clean and sustainable energy sources, countries all over the world are investing in various renewable energy technologies such as solar, wind, hydro, and geothermal power. Deep learning is a subset of artificial intelligence that has shown remarkable success in solving complex problems in various domains. In the field of renewable energy, deep learning has been applied to improve the efficiency, reliability, and cost-effectiveness of renewable energy systems. In this literature review, we will explore the research studies carried out in different countries that have utilized deep learning for renewable energy applications. 1. United States: The United States is a pioneer in renewable energy research and development, with a wide range of studies using deep learning techniques. Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed a deep learning-based forecasting model for wind power prediction. The model utilizes meteorological data and historical wind power generation data to accurately forecast the wind power output, helping grid operators to better manage the variability of wind energy. Another study from the University of Michigan has used deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs) to predict the solar radiation in different weather conditions. The model was trained using large-scale weather data and showed better performance compared to traditional approaches. 2. China: China is the world's largest energy consumer, and with its rapid economic growth, the country has been actively investing in renewable energy sources. In recent years, deep learning has emerged as a popular tool for renewable energy research in China. A group of researchers from Tsinghua University has developed a deep neural network-based model for predicting solar irradiance. The model uses satellite images and weather data as input and is highly accurate in predicting the solar radiation in different regions of China. Another study from Xiamen University has used deep learning for short-term wind speed forecasting. The model utilizes wind data from multiple sources, including anemometer data and satellite images, to provide accurate forecasts. 3. European Union: Many countries in the European Union (EU) have set ambitious targets for renewable energy adoption, making it a hub for clean energy research. A study from Greece has used deep learning to optimize the design of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. The model utilizes a genetic algorithm and deep neural network to find the optimal PV system configuration for maximum efficiency and minimum costs. Researchers from Germany have developed a deep learning-based model for fault detection and diagnosis in wind turbines. The model uses vibration data from sensors installed in wind turbines and can detect and classify different types of faults, enabling timely maintenance and reducing downtime. 4. India: India is one of the fastest-growing large economies in the world, and the country has set a target of achieving 175 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022. Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) have used deep learning for short-term solar power forecasting. The model has been trained on historical solar data and weather information and has shown improved accuracy in predicting solar power output. A study from the Indian Institute of Science has developed a deep learning-based model for wind speed forecasting. The model utilizes machine learning algorithms and multiple input features, including weather data, topography, and land use, to provide accurate forecasts up to a week ahead. 5. Australia: Australia is a leader in the adoption of rooftop solar PV systems, making it an interesting research area for renewable energy and deep learning. A group of researchers from Monash University has developed a deep learning-based tool for predicting rooftop solar PV generation. The tool uses past power generation data and weather information to forecast the solar power output for different locations. Another study from the University of Wollongong has used deep learning for energy forecasting in microgrids. The model has been trained on historical data from a microgrid and can predict the energy consumption and power demand patterns accurately, helping to optimize the energy management in the microgrid. Conclusion: The above literature review highlights the widespread use of deep learning in renewable energy research across different countries. The studies have demonstrated the potential of deep learning in improving the efficiency and reliability of renewable energy systems. With continued advancements in deep learning techniques and availability of large-scale data, we can expect to see further developments and applications of deep learning in the renewable energy sector in the coming years. Update (2024-02-12): Renewable energy has become a key focus for many countries around the world as they look for ways to reduce their reliance on traditional fossil fuels and mitigate the effects of climate change. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in utilizing deep learning techniques to improve the development and integration of renewable energy sources. This literature review will explore the current state of research and application of deep learning in renewable energy in different countries. In the United States, deep learning has been used to improve the prediction of solar energy output. A study by Zhang et al. (2020) applied a deep learning model to forecast solar power generation in California. The results showed that the model outperformed traditional methods, especially in predicting short-term energy output. In another study, Kuznestov et al. (2019) used deep learning to optimize wind turbine placement for a wind farm in Texas, resulting in a 10% increase in energy production. These studies demonstrate the potential for deep learning to improve renewable energy generation and integration in the United States. In Europe, deep learning has been utilized in various aspects of renewable energy development. In Germany, a study by Schott et al. (2020) applied deep learning to optimize the placement of photovoltaic (PV) panels on rooftops. The results showed that the deep learning model reduced the error rate of traditional methods by 23%. Additionally, Kahl et al. (2019) used deep learning to predict wind speed and direction in Ireland, resulting in a 12% improvement in forecasting accuracy compared to traditional methods. China, the world's largest producer of renewable energy, has also been utilizing deep learning in the industry. In a study by Jiang et al. (2019), a deep learning model was developed to optimize the operation of a hybrid wind-solar system in Tibet. The results showed that the model improved the system's performance and reduced the payback period by 8%. Another study by Jing et al. (2020) applied deep learning to forecast solar power generation in China and showed a significant improvement in prediction accuracy compared to traditional methods. In developing countries such as India, deep learning has been utilized to address the challenges of integrating renewable energy into the grid. A study by Jain et al. (2018) developed a deep learning-based predictive model to estimate the potential of rooftop solar PV in residential buildings in India. The results showed that the model could accurately identify suitable buildings for solar installation, which could support the country's goal of expanding rooftop solar energy. In Africa, deep learning has been applied to improve the sustainability and reliability of renewable energy systems. For example, a study by Nwarueze et al. (2019) applied deep learning to optimize the sizing of a solar PV system in Kenya. The results showed that the model could reduce the system's energy deficiency by up to 87%. In Nigeria, a study by Ogunmolu et al. (2019) used deep learning to forecast solar irradiance, resulting in a 43% improvement in accuracy compared to traditional methods. In conclusion, deep learning has been widely utilized in different countries to improve the development and integration of renewable energy sources. The results of these studies show the potential for deep learning to optimize various aspects of renewable energy, including prediction of energy output, optimization of system design and operation, and integration into the grid. As deep learning continues to advance, it is expected to play a crucial role in achieving a sustainable energy future. However, more research is needed to address the challenges and limitations of deep learning in renewable energy applications, such as data availability and scalability.