A microgrid is a combination of distributed energy sources to generate power to the consumer or exchange electrical energy to the grid or working in a standalone system. The microgrid may be on-grid or off-grid. Distributed Generators (DG, s) are more reliable on-site selection. Therefore, a hybrid energy system came into existence. Like to combine solar PV, wind, small Hydro, and diesel generator and fuels cells. Solar PV, wind and diesel generator hybrid system are more analyzed previously in the research study. In this research PV, Batteries and diesel Gen are combined to make a hybrid system connected to the utility grid, which is economical and reliable. The potential resource data were downloaded from NASA through the homer tool. Homer software is used for the simulation to simulate and analyze the hybrid system.
Israr Uddin: Department of Electrical Energy System Engineering, US-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in energy, (USPCAS-E), UET Peshawar
Dr. Adnan Daud khan: Department of Electrical Energy System Engineering, US-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in energy, (USPCAS-E), UET Peshawar
Zafar Ahmad: Department of Electrical Energy System Engineering, US-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in energy, (USPCAS-E), UET Peshawar
Syed Afzal Shah: Department of Electrical Energy System Engineering, US-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in energy (USPCAS-E), UET Peshawar
Israr Uddin Dr. Adnan Daud khan Zafar Ahmad and Syed Afzal Shah Optimization of a Hybrid System Connected with Utility Grid using Homer Software International Journal of Engineering Works Vol. 6 Issue 12 PP. 525-528 December 2019
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