This book presents different aspects of renewable energy integration, from the latest developments in renewable energy technologies to the currently growing smart grids. The importance of different renewable energy sources is discussed, in order to identify the advantages and challenges for each technology. The rules of connecting the renewable energy sources have also been covered along with practical examples. Since solar and wind energy are the most popular forms of renewable energy sources, this book provides the challenges of integrating these renewable generators along with some innovative solutions. As the complexity of power system operation has been raised due to the renewable energy integration, this book also includes some analysis to investigate the characteristics of power systems in a smarter way. This book is intended for those working in the area of renewable energy integration in distribution networks.Zhang L, Al-Amoudi A, Bai Y (2000) Real-time maximum power point tracking for gridconnected photovoltaic systems. ... pp 311a315 Chomsuwan K, Prisuwanna P, Monyakul V (2002) Photovoltaic grid connected inverter using two-switch ... conference, pp 1449a1456 Harada J, Zhao G (1989) Controlled power-interface between solar cells and ac sources. ... Jung YS, Choi JY, Choy I, Song JH, Kim GS (2002) A novel two-mode MPPT control algorithm based on comparative study ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Renewable Energy Integration|
|Author||:||Jahangir Hossain, Apel Mahmud|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2014-01-29|