Inverter Control Performance Study on Solar PV Systems and Its Effect on Power Quality
Keywords:DC, PV System, Distributed Generators, Maximum Power Point Tracking.
Power generation faces a major challenge in meeting peak load requirements. Energy suppliers are highly dependent on fossil fuels due to the limited resources of non-renewable energy production. Therefore, researchers and scientists are looking for distributed generators (DGs) to provide additional power during peak periods of the energy curve. Solar energy gives them an extra twist to meet the load demand during this time. As a result, the grid-based solar photovoltaic (PV) system is attracting particular attention from researchers and industry in order to reduce the burden of fossil fuel power generation. Single-stage and two-stage photovoltaic systems are suitable for grid connection with or without battery holder. This article provides a comprehensive overview of a grid connected solar system. The entire architecture of the on-grid photovoltaic system includes the construction of a photovoltaic generator, MPPT methods and DC-DC converters.
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