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A Nowel DC Microgrid Using Hybrid Renewable System for Smart Energy Delivery

Authors: Priyanka Dalal

DOI: 10.17605/OSF.IO/Q9NV2Short DOI: ggrtbk

Country: India View / Download Full Text PDF File

Abstract: Electric energy is one of the important requirements of any country because it has a vital influence on their social and economic development .A significant portion of energy demand has been heavily dependent on fossil fuels like natural gas, coal and etc. The mentioned conventional energy sources have a number of drawbacks such as the great volatility in costs, limited and inadequately distribution on the earth’s crust, harmful emissions and etc. On the other hand, rapid increase in energy demand has led to a gap between production and demand of energy. To solve the problems raise, renewable energy resources such as wind, photovoltaic (PV), micro hydro and etc. It can be a suitable solution. Due to intermittent nature of many renewable energy sources and their dependence on environmental conditions, hybrid combinations of two or more of renewable energy sources can improve system’s performance. Hybrid renewable energy systems can work in stand-alone or grid connected (GC) mode. Hybrid renewable energy systems have main advantages in comparison to single source system. Some of these benefits have been. In this paper, paradigms and common methods available for control and energy management of Hybrid renewable energy systems are reviewed and compared with each other.

Keywords: Photovoltaic array, Maximum power point tracking, Simulink, Boost converter.

Paper Id: 543

Published On: 2014-05-10

Published In: Volume 2, Issue 3, May-June 2014

Cite This: A Nowel DC Microgrid Using Hybrid Renewable System for Smart Energy Delivery - Priyanka Dalal - IJIRMPS Volume 2, Issue 3, May-June 2014. DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/Q9NV2

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