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A novel operation and control strategy for a standalone hybrid renewable power system

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posted on 2023-05-17, 14:39 authored by Haruni, AMO, Michael NegnevitskyMichael Negnevitsky, Md Enamul Haque, Gargoom, A
This paper proposes a novel operation and control strategy for a renewable hybrid power system for a standalone operation. The proposed hybrid system consists of a wind turbine, a fuel cell, an electrolyzer, a battery storage unit, and a set of loads. The overall control strategy is based on a two-level structure. The top level is the energy management and power regulation system. Depending on wind and load conditions, this system generates reference dynamic operating points to low level individual subsystems. The energy management and power regulation system also controls the load scheduling operation during unfavorable wind conditions under inadequate energy storage in order to avoid a system blackout. Based on the reference dynamic operating points of the individual subsystems, the local controllers control the wind turbine, fuel cell, electrolyzer, and battery storage units. The proposed control system is implemented in MATLAB Simpower software and tested for various wind and load conditions. Results are presented and discussed.


Publication title

IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy








School of Engineering


Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Place of publication

Piscataway, NJ United States

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Copyright 2012 IEEE

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Expanding knowledge in engineering