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Daniel Akinyele, Ph.D
Daniel Akinyele, Ph.D
Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria
Verified email at oouagoiwoye.edu.ng
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Review of energy storage technologies for sustainable power networks
DO Akinyele, RK Rayudu
Sustainable energy technologies and assessments 8, 74-91, 2014
8412014
A review of nanogrid topologies and technologies
D Burmester, R Rayudu, W Seah, D Akinyele
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 67, 760-775, 2017
2782017
Battery storage technologies for electrical applications: Impact in stand-alone photovoltaic systems
D Akinyele, J Belikov, Y Levron
Energies 10 (11), 1760, 2017
1692017
Hybrid renewable energy supply for rural healthcare facilities: An approach to quality healthcare delivery
L Olatomiwa, R Blanchard, S Mekhilef, D Akinyele
Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 30, 121-138, 2018
1672018
Challenges of microgrids in remote communities: A STEEP model application
D Akinyele, J Belikov, Y Levron
Energies 11 (2), 432, 2018
1632018
Review of fuel cell technologies and applications for sustainable microgrid systems
D Akinyele, E Olabode, A Amole
Inventions 5 (3), 42, 2020
1442020
Global progress in photovoltaic technologies and the scenario of development of solar panel plant and module performance estimation− Application in Nigeria
DO Akinyele, RK Rayudu, NKC Nair
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 48, 112-139, 2015
1242015
Development of photovoltaic power plant for remote residential applications: The socio-technical and economic perspectives
DO Akinyele, RK Rayudu, NKC Nair
Applied Energy 155, 131-149, 2015
1012015
Techno-economic design and performance analysis of nanogrid systems for households in energy-poor villages
D Akinyele
Sustainable Cities and Society 34, 335-357, 2017
892017
Techno-economic analysis of a 10kWp utility interactive photovoltaic system at Maungaraki school, Wellington, New Zealand
M Emmanuel, D Akinyele, R Rayudu
Energy 120, 573-583, 2017
782017
Life cycle impact assessment of photovoltaic power generation from crystalline silicon-based solar modules in Nigeria
DO Akinyele, RK Rayudu, NKC Nair
Renewable Energy 101, 537-549, 2017
782017
Techno-economic and life cycle environmental performance analyses of a solar photovoltaic microgrid system for developing countries
DO Akinyele, RK Rayudu
Energy 109, 160-179, 2016
782016
Strategy for developing energy systems for remote communities: Insights to best practices and sustainability
DO Akinyele, RK Rayudu
Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 16, 106-127, 2016
662016
Comprehensive techno-economic and environmental impact study of a localised photovoltaic power system (PPS) for off-grid communities
DO Akinyele, RK Rayudu
Energy Conversion and Management 124, 266-279, 2016
592016
Analysis of photovoltaic mini‐grid systems for remote locations: A techno‐economic approach
D Akinyele
International Journal of Energy Research 42 (3), 1363-1380, 2018
532018
Evaluation of a grid-independent solar photovoltaic system for primary health centres (PHCs) in developing countries
O Babatunde, D Akinyele, T Akinbulire, P Oluseyi
Renewable Energy Focus 24, 16-27, 2018
532018
Distributed photovoltaic power generation for energy-poor households: The Nigerian perspective
DO Akinyele, RK Rayudu
2013 IEEE PES Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC), 1-6, 2013
502013
Hybrid power systems for off-grid locations: A comprehensive review of design technologies, applications and future trends
OE Olabode, TO Ajewole, IK Okakwu, AS Alayande, DO Akinyele
Scientific African 13, e00884, 2021
392021
Community-based hybrid electricity supply system: A practical and comparative approach
DO Akinyele, RK Rayudu
Applied Energy 171, 608-628, 2016
392016
Decentralized energy generation for end-use applications: Economic, social and environmental benefits assessment
DO Akinyele, NKC Nair, RK Rayudu, B Chakrabarti
2014 IEEE Innovative Smart Grid Technologies-Asia (ISGT ASIA), 84-89, 2014
332014
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