Power management of a stand-alone hybrid (wind/solar/battery) energy system: An experimental investigation

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© 2015 The Science and Information (SAI) Organization Limited. In this manuscript, a hybrid wind/solar/battery energy system is proposed for a stand-alone applications. Wind-solar energy sources are used as power generation source in the proposed hybrid energy system (HES), whereas battery is used as energy storing system in order to manage the power flow among various power generation sources and energy storing system. Power management control strategy is also presented for a suggested hybrid system. Through the real load demand and practical weather data (proposed area is Jamshoro, Sindh Pakistan), the system performance is verified under different situations. It is observed that the hybrid system produces maximum power in summer season as compared to other seasons throughout the year. Moreover, the power generated from wind and solar energy contributes 77.88% and 22.12%, respectively. However, it is clearly observed that the HES is cost effective and can be used in remotely rural areas which are isolated from power grid. In future work, the HES can be integrated with the power grid in order to meet the load demand during shortage of power.




Mahesar, S., Baloch, M. H., Kaloi, G. S., Kumar, M., Soomro, A. M., Solangi, A. A., & Memon, Y. A. (2018). Power management of a stand-alone hybrid (wind/solar/battery) energy system: An experimental investigation. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 9(6), 216–221. https://doi.org/10.14569/IJACSA.2018.090631

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