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2016 IEEE International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Applications (ICRERA)
The increasing number of distributed generation systems using renewable and non-conventional energy sources show the trend of future generation systems. Most of these systems require power electronic converters as an interface between the DC voltage buses and electrochemical storage systems. Such storage systems, like batteries or supercapacitors, usually need bidirectional DC-DC converters to allow their charge or discharge according with necessary operation conditions. In this paper, adoi:10.1109/icrera.2016.7884462 fatcat:ki3vb3eu7zhvpf5uiztlb7whly