Smart Energy Management for Microgrid and Photovoltaic Systems

Edited by
February 2023
226 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-6719-8 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-6718-1 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Smart Energy Management for Microgrid and Photovoltaic Systems that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Physical Sciences

Microgrids deliver efficient, low-cost, and clean energy while improving regional electric grid operation and stability. They further provide exceptional dynamic responsiveness for energy resources. A global portfolio of operations centered on the development and deployment of microgrids to increase grid dependability and resilience would therefore assist communities in better preparing for future weather catastrophes and keep the world moving toward a sustainable energy future. Solar photovoltaic systems are seen as a promising renewable resource, and their application in microgrids has grown rapidly in recent years.

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doubly fed induction generator; wind turbine; renewable energy; rotor control; steady state model; HIL; LLC resonant converter (LLC-RC); soft switching; time domain analysis; ZVS; ZCS; ANFIS; ECMS; hybrid electric vehicle; Haar wavelet transform; hydrogen consumption; power management scheme; system efficiency; emissions trading system; allowance allocation; quantitative statistics; qualitative analysis; cost function; model predictive current control; single-phase shunt active power filter; THD; multi-input multi-output; step-up converter; energy storage; DC–DC converter; transformerless inverter; photovoltaic; high-efficiency inverter; grid-connected system; single-phase inverter; smart microgrid; optimization; hybrid renewable energy source; internet of things; cost of electricity; information and communication technology; coupled inductor converter; full bridge converter; half bridge converter; interleaved converter; micro grid; photo voltaic (PV); resonant converter; zero voltage switching (ZVS); zero current switching (ZCS); induction motor drive; dc-link voltage balancing; space vector modulation; switching loss; total harmonic distortion