Wind and PV Hybrid Micro Grid Power Generation System

Authors: Meenakshi Sarswat, Lokesh Varshney

Abstract: Demand for renewable energy (RES) systems is increasing, and research into wind and PV System has reached a pace in current years. Currently, the world is highly dependent on fossil fuels for energy needs, and these fossil fuels are on the brink of extinction. Demand for renewable energy will increase sharply in the coming years. Our work presents a hybrid system of energy generation with photovoltaic and wind system. Wind and PV system is connected to the grid as well as with each other. A control strategy is designed to maximize the benefits of such network interface system. The inverter is programmed to work as a multi-functional device with active power filtering capabilities. As a result the inverter is employed to power the RES energy in the network as a power converter. All analysis is performed and validated by the MATLAB / Simulink simulation, placing the system under dynamic load conditions.

Pages: 38-44

DOI: 10.46300/91012.2022.16.8

International Journal of Energy and Environment, E-ISSN: 2308-1007, Volume 16, 2022, Art. #8