Energy Management Technique of Hybrid Renewable Energy Sources for Inter-connected Grid Applications

Mohd Mustafa and Dr.G. Anandha Kumar

Here in order to describe the renewable energy sources we utilize the main features like intermittency and variability. Usually intermittency include both predictable and unpredictable variant but it has many drawbacks but in order to overcome these drawbacks we consider a special design by integrating two or more renewable energy sources including auxiliary setups and storage systems that are among few measures. This confirms that increase in overall cost of the power systems. Here we utilize an efficient design to consider and promote energy management strategies (EMS) for efficient decrease in cost for method and preventing harmful things. Here the energy management strategies are chosen for integrating the optimized load supply for decrementing the cost of production in energy. So now the energy management collects all procedures which are systematic for controlling and minimizing the amount and price of energy utilized for providing certain applications and requirements. The present paper presents a novel approach which is a comprehensive review for many authors. The present approach comprises both standalone hybrid renewable energy systems and grid connected hybrid renewable systems.

Volume 11 | Issue 11

Pages: 310-315

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V11I11/20193201