Autors: Guliashki, V. G., Salihu, E., Marinova, G. I.
Title: Optimization of energy flow in a microgrid application with a photovoltaic electricity supply
Keywords: Microgrids, Energy Scheduling Optimization, Models & Simulation, MATLAB, GridLab-D, nanoHUB

Abstract: A microgrid is a local energy grid that generates electricity through a combination of energy sources, operates while connected to the main grid, but it can also operate independently. Microgrids can be powered using wind turbines, generators, batteries, or solar panels. In case of emergency, a microgrid provides backup from the main grid in times of crisis like storms or power outages, also it can be used to reduce the energy consumption from the main grid. This paper presents optimization of a battery schedule in a microgrid application when is used in as island mode (disconnected from the main grid) with a photovoltaic electricity supply, battery and inverter. The data used for the problem formulation include the photovoltaic energy production in 24 hours for 3000 houses of California state with solar panel power output 165W, and 200W, battery capacity with 100MW, 150MW, and 200MW.



    UBT – International Conference’2021, vol. -, pp. 1-8, 2021, Kosovo, UBT Knowledge Center, ISBN 978-9951-550-47-5; DOI 10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.392

    Вид: публикация в международен форум