India is developing country and electricity demand is increase rapidly. Many of Indian villages about 19000 are not electrified since independence. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (DDUGJY) is a government of India scheme to provide continuous power supply to off-grid rural area of India. This paper, we propose the best Hybrid Energy System (HES) for off-grid electrification of rural area where conventional grid power supply is not possible. Electricity need for an off-grid remote area supply from a mixture of biodiesel generator and Nonconventional energy resources to satisfy in a reliable manner. Here we are using HOMER software is used for whole analysis. The simulation results indicate that the proposed HES would be a feasible solution for distributed generation of electric power for remote locations and the total CO2 emission is reduced comes from gird-extension.
DDUGJY, HES, HOMER, Emission