Photovoltaic and Wind Energy Conversion Systems
Figueres, Emilio (editor)
In the first decades of the current millennium, the contribution of photovoltaic and wind energy systems to power generation capacity has grown extraordinarily all around the world; in some countries, these systems have become two of the most relevant sources to meet the needs of energy supply. This Special Issue deals with all aspects of the development, implementation, and exploitation of systems and installations that operate with both sources of energy.
Keywordswind energy conversion system; distributed control; battery energy storage system; consensus algorithm; photovoltaic; voltage stability; grid capacity; penetration level; frequency stability; Egypt’s national grid; renewable energies; photovoltaic (PV); energy challenge; policy options; technological development; market development; battery storage; concentrated solar power (CSP), installed capacity; solar energy resources; solar thermal plants; thermal energy storage (TES); maximum power point (MPP); maximum power point tracking (MPPT); perturbe and observe (P& O); incremental conductance (IC); off-shore wind farms; wind farm aggregation; admittance model order reduction; HVDC diode rectifiers; grid-forming wind turbines; efficiency improvement; photovoltaic inverters; parallel inverters; wind turbine emulator; wind turbine energy systems; photovoltaics; two-stage grid-connected PV inverters; reduced DC-link; sensorless MPPT
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Research & information: general
Technology: general issues