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In the previous chapter, we introduced that Distributed Renewable Energy (DRE) is the most promising model to bring sustainable energy to All.
The definitions given here are the ones adopted by the LeNSes project.
In some classifications (e.g. Colombo et al. [ 2]) decentralised systems, differently than in the LeNSes approach, are only individual and isolated systems.
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Even if we should also consider the impact related to maintaining the energy system (e.g. cleaning, replacing batteries or other components).
Energy yield ratios change historically. Also, each individual energy system has its own specific ratio.
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