Power Reliability of Hybrid Non-Conventional Off-Grid Generation Systems using Multilevel Inverter
Trupti P. Pawale1, R.L. Chakrasali2, Ravindra S. Motekar3, S.B. Halabhavi4
1Trupti P. Pawale, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, KLS’s VDRIT, Haliyal.
2R.L. Chakrasali, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, KLS’s VDRIT, Haliyal, SDM CET, Dharwad.
3RavindraS.Motekar, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, KLS’s VDRIT, Haliyal.
4S.B. Halabhavi, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, KLS GIT Belagavi
Manuscript received on 21 April 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 26 May 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 May 2019 | PP: 3450-3455 | Volume-8 Issue-1, May 2019 | Retrieval Number: A1023058119 /19©BEIESP
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Abstract: The country is progressing forward towards generating surplus energy from household properties and renewable sources to fulfill the nation requirement for power that can be replaced or renewed without causing extreme ecological. Using hybrid renewable energy (solar – wind combination) is one of the potential alternatives to supply the electrical energy to rural/ remote areas. This paper proposes an integration of energy systems to ensure power to the consumers with utmost exploration of non-conventional energy sources, Multi Level Inverters (MLI) and battery as a storage device. Here, Solar and Wind Energy systems are considered with ratings of 2 kW and 3 kW respectively. After integration it is expected to a load of 5 kW. The main feature of this work is the use meet nearly of a single Boost Converter with 3 phase Inverter to connect to the load. Using the MATALB Simulation, the performance of standalone energy systems and the hybrid model is obtained and validated.
Key word: Renewable Source, Energysystems, PV Panel, wind Turbine, Battery, MLI.
Scope of the Article: Structural Reliability Analysis