An Effective Load Management for Grid Connected Hybrid Energy Sources

Authors: Ch. Laxmi, Narendra Kumar, Rajendra Kumar Khadanga

Abstract: This paper introduces to control a standalone hybrid renewable system, involving PV cell and wind turbines as the primary energy sources along with fuel cell and battery energy source as an emotionally supportive system. While trying to work on the solidness and security of the hybrid renewable system sustainable framework, a battery bank, is incorporated as supporting units, due to the discontinuous and fluctuation in primary energy sources commitment. In this paper we model an independent sustainable source micro grid with various sources, which are wind energy with PMSG, PV panel, Fuel cell and battery storage system. Analysis of each source is done under variation conditions and variation of source parameters, such as wind speed of wind turbine, illumination, temperature of PV cell and state of charge of the battery. If main power sources of PV panel and wind turbines is not available, the battery storage device act as backup supply for load. This storage source (battery) can be charged when abundance power is produced from the PV panel and wind generation system. Investigation on each sources with dynamic changes of boundaries are studied with siumulation results analysis is studied by utilizing MATLAB/ SIMULINK software.

Pages: 1129-1134

DOI: 10.46300/9106.2022.16.136

International Journal of Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing, E-ISSN: 1998-4464, Volume 16, 2022, Art. #136