IJREE- Volume 3 Issue 2 Paper 3


Author’s Name : R.Gokul | S. Helen Mary Kavitha | D. Citharthan | M. Varatharaj

Volume 03 Issue 02  Year 2016  ISSN No:  2349-2503  Page no: 13-16





Energy is the primary source for all the work done by the human. Rapid growth in domestic and commercial application has increased the demand of energy in developing countries. Since the source of sectors in getting the non-renewable energy such as fossil fuel is reduced, it is necessary to look at for the alternate source to satisfy the demand of human beings. The only alternate source for the engineers is renewable energy such as solar, wind, biomass, ocean and geothermal. In this paper, hybrid energy source (wind and solar) is employed for the power generation using phase locked loop (PLL) for the frequency phase matching. The individual renewable energy sources are not available at any time and the hybrid energy source may satisfy the demand. The continuous generated energy can be transported to farther distance, pollution free and cost effective when compared with geothermal and ocean. The main aim of this paper is to reduce the number of converters and to supply the energy to the end-users continuously using phase locked loop (PLL).


Wind, Solar, PI Controller, Converter, Phase locked-loop, Grid


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