IJREE- Volume 3 Issue 1 Paper 3


Author’s Name : S Nilesh | S Jayashree

Volume 03 Issue 01  Year 2016  ISSN No:  2349-2503  Page no: 13-20






The Advancement of energy management tools for next generation is Photovoltaic (PV) installations, including storage units, maintain flexibility to distribution system operators. In this project deals with the hybrid power system consisting of renewable energy sources to supply the isolated sites without interruption which represent a viable and sustainable solution. The HESS is composed of a two Energy Storage devices (ESD), Super-capacitor (SC) and a battery. A single phase grid interactive voltage source converter performs the main function of real power transfer along with ancillary services like current harmonics mitigation, reactive power support and power factor improvement at the point of common coupling (PCC).Active participation of super capacitor/battery control to handle sudden/average changes in power surges results in fast DC link voltage regulation, efficient energy management and reduced current stress on battery.


Battery, power quality features, renewable grid integration, super-capacitor, voltage source inverter


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