Study of a hybrid power system (Wind-PV-Diesel) for powering a unit load
Abdelhamid KSENTINI El Bahi AZZAG Ahmed BENSALEM Meriem CHADEL
industrial electrical power systems
The environmental problems , such as the limits of resources, global warming , air pollution due to the emission of greenhouse gas emissions in the case of hydrocarbons , as well as the production of waste material difficult to treat in for nuclear energy, have raised awareness that ecological and economic development friendly environment in which we live, is required to produce clean energy and it must be very interesting in the future. It is in this context that this article is based on the study of a Hybrid Power System (HPS) combining several renewable energy sources; Wind Turbine Generator (WTG), photovoltaic Generator(PVG), is of great interest for developing countries such as Algeria . This country has many areas, isolated and remote networks such as electricity distribution Adrar city, knowing that the province is considered very windy area and good sunlight. All this leads us to think of hybrid systems in this website, which aims to balance the exploitation of these sources and the permanent transfer of energy between production and consumption (continuity of service).
To the simulation of hybrid systems combining different energy whether renewable or fossil sources, we used the HOMER (Hybrid Optimization Model for Electric Renewable) software.
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