Energy Management and Power Control of a Hybrid Active Wind Generator for Distributed Power Generation and Grid Integration

@article{Zhou2011EnergyMA,
  title={Energy Management and Power Control of a Hybrid Active Wind Generator for Distributed Power Generation and Grid Integration},
  author={Tao Zhou and Bruno François},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
  year={2011},
  volume={58},
  pages={95-104}
}
Classical wind energy conversion systems are usually passive generators. The generated power does not depend on the grid requirement but entirely on the fluctuant wind condition. A dc-coupled wind/hydrogen/supercapacitor hybrid power system is studied in this paper. The purpose of the control system is to coordinate these different sources, particularly their power exchange, in order to make controllable the generated power. As a result, an active wind generator can be built to provide some… CONTINUE READING
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