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JCR. 2020; 7(2): 376-381


A REVIEW ON HYBRID AC/DC MICROGRIDS: OPTIMAL SIZING, STABILITY CONTROL AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT APPROACHES

Bhavana Pabbuleti, Jarapula Somlal.

Abstract
Electricity is the greatest gift of science to humanity reached for civilization where electricity is used for all purposes. However, in recent times a paradigm shift is evolving in the generation of electrical energy from the concept of using major generating plants to minor generating units allied to the distribution systems in the form of microgrids with alternative energy sources called renewables. Around the world renewable energy use is on the rise and these alternate energy sources can generate pollution-free electrical energy to the society. Although these are new centers and units with diminishing cost, there are still many challenges in operation and control of islanded and grid-connected microgrids configured in both AC and DC. Uniting the benefits of microgrids of AC and DC, Hybrid AC-DC Microgrids (HACDC) were developed.Thus, it is relatively imperative to investigate the optimal size, stability control, and strategies of economic efficiency operation of HACDC microgrid. Hence a great review on optimal sizing methods, stability control, and energy management strategies using various iterative and intelligence techniques published in different articles proposed by many authors were presented in this paper.

Key words: MRenewable Energy Sources, Hybrid AC/DC Microgrid, Inter-Allied Converter, Energy Management System.



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