Design and Optimization of Hybrid System for a Rural Based Light Industry and Domestic Load
Umar Majeed Vachkoo , Er Krishna Tomar, Dr Satish Saini
The most popular kind of energy is electrical energy. Large power plants often create it, and the national grid then distributes it to other areas. It is obvious that India's supply of electrical energy is inadequate because of some challenging geographic features like terrain, mountains, and flood plains. Additionally, power is typical of poor quality, and outages happen frequently. Maintaining the household and light industrial load in this situation is challenging. In this study, wind energy is integrated with solar photovoltaic (PV) technology. Due to the intermittent nature of both sources, a battery bank with sufficient capacity has been installed to ensure supply continuity. Simulated in standalone mode is the system. The plan looks at various pairings, assesses cost-effectiveness, and studies pollutant emission reduction. The plan attempts to recommend the ideal size of the solar PV-wind integration and the system's BoS, which will be able to deliver appropriate power quality with improved reliability and a minimal levied cost of energy.
Hybrid System, Domestic Load, Solar Wind, Renewable
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[Umar Majeed Vachkoo , Er Krishna Tomar, Dr Satish Saini (2022) Design and Optimization of Hybrid System for a Rural Based Light Industry and Domestic Load IJIREM Vol-9 Issue-3 Page No-134-141] (ISSN 2350 - 0557). www.ijirem.org
Umar Majeed Vachkoo
M.Tech. Scholar, Department of Electrical Engineering, RIMT University, Mandi Gobindgarh Punjab, India