Intelligent energy management system for PV-battery-based microgrids in future DC homes
journal contributionposted on 07.12.2016 by Rajeev Kumar Chauhan, Bharat Singh Rajpurohit, Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt, Sri Niwas Singh
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This paper presents a novel intelligent energy management system (IEMS) for a DC microgrid connected to the public utility (PU), photovoltaic (PV) and multi-battery bank (BB). The control objectives of the proposed IEMS system are: (i) to ensure the load sharing (according to the source capacity) among sources, (ii) to reduce the power loss (high efficient) in the system, and (iii) to enhance the system reliability and power quality. The proposed IEMS is novel because it follows the ideal characteristics of the battery (with some assumptions) for the power sharing and the selection of the closest source to minimize the power losses. The IEMS allows continuous and accurate monitoring with intelligent control of distribution system operations such as battery bank energy storage (BBES) system, PV system and customer utilization of electric power. The proposed IEMS gives the better operational performance for operating conditions in terms of load sharing, loss minimization, and reliability enhancement of the DC microgrid.
DST-UKIERI Grant/Award Number: “DST-2013-14/053”
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering