PV-wind hybrid system: A review with case study

Yashwant Sawle, S.C. Gupta, Aashish Kumar Bohre, Wei Meng
2016 Cogent Engineering  
Renewable energy systems are likely to become widespread in the future due to adverse environmental impacts and escalation in energy costs linked with the exercise of established energy sources. Solar and wind energy resources are alternative to each other which will have the actual potential to satisfy the load dilemma to some degree. However, such solutions any time researched independently are not entirely trustworthy because of their effect of unstable nature. In this context, autonomous
more » ... text, autonomous photovoltaic and wind hybrid energy systems have been found to be more economically viable alternative to fulfill the energy demands of numerous isolated consumers worldwide. The aim of this paper is to give the idea of the hybrid system configuration, modeling, renewable energy sources, criteria for hybrid system optimization and control strategies, and software used for optimal sizing. A case study of comparative various standalone hybrid combinations for remote area Barwani, India also discussed and found PV-Wind-Battery-DG hybrid system is the most optimal solution regarding cost and emission among all various hybrid system combinations. This paper also features some of the near future improvements, which actually has the possibility to improve the actual monetary attraction connected with this sort of techniques and their endorsement by the consumer. The key research area of authors is optimal sizing of renewable energy system. This paper information is very helpful for pre-analysis of hybrid renewable energy system design. This work analyzed the different combinations of hybrid renewable energy source model and compared each other on the basis of emission, fuel consumption, cost, and component used in the system. This study gives the hybrid system consisting of PV/Wind/Battery/Generator which is a feasible solution. The total net present cost, cost of energy, operating cost, and emission are very less for the presented hybrid renewable energy combination compared to the other. This paper addresses the issues related to the feasibility of the system, combination of renewable source and cost function for preanalysis of any hybrid practical system and wider projects. • This non-conventional power PV-Wind-Battery-DG hybrid energy method is available to be technically achievable, emission much less along with less expensive with years to come. • Its environment-friendly dynamics helps it be a nice-looking substitute for complementing the energy present inside countryside regions. • Load demand is fulfilled in an optimal way. On the other hand much more research along with the work usually is needed to increase battery's strength along with effectiveness with giving attention to decreasing the cost. Hybrid system performance depends on weather condition so as to minimize the issue related to the system reliability and operation there is a need to carry out transient analysis of the system for varying constraint like solar radiation, wind velocity, load demand. The COE sources used in hybrid system are very high so that there is needed to provide subsidy from central and state government to minimize initial cost of the system and also reduced the COE.
doi:10.1080/23311916.2016.1189305 fatcat:bqjqs2xdtra2pkquerzfyg2pfe