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Optimum design and analysis study of stand-alone residential solar PV microgrid

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conference contribution
posted on 2024-06-03, 20:15 authored by A Vinayagam, Aman M T Oo, GM Shafiullah, M. Seyedmahmoudian, Alex Stojcevski
Today’s power system network has become more complex and it has more responsibilities and challenges to provide secure, reliable and quality energy supply to the communities. A small entity of electrical network known as Microgrid (MG) is more popular nowadays to enhance reliablity and secure level of energy supply, in case of any energy crisis in the utility network. The MG can also provide clean energy supply by integrating renewable energy sources effectively. The MG with small scale solar photovoltaic (PV) power system is more suitable to provide reliable and clean energy supply for remote or urban communities in residential level. This paper presents the basic analysis study of stand-alone solar photovoltaic (PV) MG power system which has been developed with the aid of Matlab - Simulink software, on the basis of residential load profile and solar exposure level in a particular area of Geelong, Victoria State. The simulation result depicts the control behavior of MG power system with optimum sizing of PV (4.385 kW)and battery storage (480 Ah/48V) facility, fulfills daily energy needs in residential load level. This study provides a good platform to develop an effective and reliable stand-alone MG power system for the remote communities in the near future.

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Pagination

1-7

Location

Perth, Western Australia

Start date

2014-09-28

End date

2014-10-01

ISBN-13

9780646923758

Language

eng

Publication classification

E Conference publication, E1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

2014, IEEE

Editor/Contributor(s)

Abu-Siada A, Masoum MAS

Title of proceedings

AUPEC 2014 : Smart power for Everyone : Proceedings of the 24th Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference

Event

Australasian Universities Power Engineering. Conference (24th : 2014: Perth, Western Australia)

Publisher

IEEE

Place of publication

Piscataway, N.J.

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