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Hybrid system power generation'wind-photovoltaic' connected to the electrical network 220 kV

D. Mida, D. Benattous

Abstract


Renewable energy have the potential to generate electricity cleanly  without pollution and a lesser dependence of resources for this production of electric power by these systems sources such as solar, wind, hydro,  geothermal and biomass instead anti-environmental conventional systems such as gas, coal and oil is a remarkable idea but not frequent in Algeria.  Our research focuses on the study of a hybrid energy system   (Photovoltaic-Wind), connected to the Electrical Network 220 kV and this by tracking the maximum power point (MPPT) for two energy  sources. For this, methods based on optimization algorithms were used side PV array and Wind turbine. With regard to the wind turbine,   optimization was based on an analytical approach method. The   Matlab/Simulink is used for simulated power output from Hybrid System, power delivered to or from grid and phase voltage of the inverter leg.

Keywords: Wind, Photovoltaic, Renewable Energy, Electrical Network 220 kV, Hybrid System, Solar, MPPT.




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