Experimental Study of 1.1 KW, 230V Single Phase Hybrid Wind-Solar System
Balaji Bedre, Anil Tekale, Swapna God
Hybrid Solar-Wind Technology, PV Panels, Wind Turbines, Load Profile, On & Off Grid System
Nowadays the provision of Electricity is the basic need of any nation in the world. There are many renewable resources like solar, tidal, wind as well as geothermal are present in the nature. To avoid extra expenses on separate power generation system there is new technology designed as a Hybrid Solar-Wind power system, which can provide reliable supply during any situation. Weibull distribution is done to obtain the average power from the hybrid the results showed that development of hybrid wind –solar system for off grid communities will go a long way to improve socio- economy lives of people. The energy balance model for reliable power has been developed and is presented in three steps. The system incorporates a wind turbine, solar photovoltaic panels, a controller interface for paralleling and controlling power from the sources, supplying the power to charge a battery and an inverter to supply power to ac loads. The more important renewable sources, wind and solar power, are mainly related to the weather in a local geographic area. However, the weather is a chaotic system with limited predictability.