Olubayo Moses Babatunde
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Techno-economic and environmental evaluation of demand side management techniques for rural electrification in Ibadan, Nigeria
TO Akinbulire, PO Oluseyi, OM Babatunde
International Journal of Energy and Environmental Engineering 5 (4), 375-385, 2014
Assessment of energy consumption and carbon footprint from the hotel sector within Lagos, Nigeria
PO Oluseyi, OM Babatunde, OA Babatunde
Energy and Buildings 118, 106-113, 2016
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
A comprehensive state‐of‐the‐art survey on power generation expansion planning with intermittent renewable energy source and energy storage
OM Babatunde, JL Munda, Y Hamam
International Journal of Energy Research 43 (12), 6078-6107, 2019
Selection of a mini-grid business model for developing countries using CRITIC-TOPSIS with interval type-2 fuzzy sets
D Ighravwe, M Babatunde
Decision Science Letters 7 (4), 427-442, 2018
Off‐grid hybrid renewable energy system for rural healthcare centers: A case study in Nigeria
OM Babatunde, OS Adedoja, DE Babatunde, IH Denwigwe
Energy Science & Engineering 7 (3), 676-693, 2019
The role of demand-side management in carbon footprint reduction in modern energy services for rural health clinics
OM Babatunde, PO Oluseyi, TO Akinbulire, HI Denwigwe, TJ Akin-Adeniyi
Environmental Carbon Footprints, 317-363, 2018
Selection of a hybrid renewable energy systems for a low-income household
OM Babatunde, JL Munda, Y Hamam
Sustainability 11 (16), 4282, 2019
A biased load manager home energy management system for low-cost residential building low-income occupants
CG Monyei, AO Adewumi, D Akinyele, OM Babatunde, MO Obolo, ...
Energy 150, 822-838, 2018
Hybrid power system for off-grid communities: Techno-economic and energy mix analysis
OM Babatunde, MU Emezirinwune, H Denwigwel, JT Akin-Adeniyi
2017 IEEE 3rd International Conference on Electro-Technology for National …, 2017
Hybrid energy systems model with the inclusion of energy efficiency measures: A rural application perspective
DE Babatunde, OM Babatunde, TO Akinbulire, PO Oluseyi
Econ Journal, 2018
An income-reflective scalable energy level transition system for low/middle income households
CG Monyei, LO Oyedele, OO Akinade, AO Ajayi, AE Ezugwu, KO Akpeji, ...
Sustainable cities and society 45, 172-186, 2019
Generation expansion planning: a survey
OM Babatunde, JL Munda, Y Hamam
2018 IEEE PES/IAS PowerAfrica, 307-312, 2018
Determination of a suitable renewable energy source for mini-grid business: A risk-based multicriteria approach
DE Ighravwe, MO Babatunde
Journal of Renewable Energy 2018, 2018
A CRITIC-TOPSIS framework for hybrid renewable energy systems evaluation under techno-economic requirements
M Babatunde, D Ighravwe
Journal of Project Management 4 (2), 109-126, 2019
Evaluation of solar PV microgrid deployment Sustainability in Rural Areas: A fuzzy STEEP Approach
D Akinyele, L Olatomiwa, D Ighravwe, O Babatunde, C Monyei, A Onile
2019 IEEE PES/IAS PowerAfrica, 593-598, 2019
Possibility of solar thermal power generation technologies in Nigeria: Challenges and policy directions
D Akinyele, O Babatunde, C Monyei, L Olatomiwa, A Okediji, D Ighravwe, ...
Renewable Energy Focus 29, 24-41, 2019
A fuzzy-TOPSIS approach for techno-economic viability of lighting energy efficiency measure in public building projects
K Abdulsalam, D Ighravwe, M Babatunde
Journal of Project Management 3 (4), 197-206, 2018
Hybrid energy system for low-income households
OM Babatunde, JL Munda, Y Hamam
2017 IEEE AFRICON, 1038-1042, 2017
A Comprehensive State-of-the-Art Survey on Hybrid Renewable Energy System Operations and Planning
OM Babatunde, JL Munda, Y Hamam
IEEE Access 8, 75313-75346, 2020
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