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Projet solar grid

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Projet solar grid

  1. 1. Presented By Sarath surendran University register no-12027059 School of Engineering Mookambika Technical Campus sarathsurendran503@gmail.com Guided by Prof.Ajal.A.J HOD- ECE School of Engineering, Mookambika Technical Campus Mail: professorajal@gmail.com
  2. 2.  The objective of the project is to design , implement , monitor and evaluate a grid connected photovoltaic project  It will also determine the reducing greenhouse gas emission by the use of grid connected photovoltaic (PV) power system  It will demonstrating the technical and economic viability of this new power technology to supplement traditional sources of electric power
  3. 3.  “ANALYSIS OF SOLAR ENERGY BASED STREET LIGHT WITH AUTO TRACKING SYSTEM” C.BHUVANESWARI1, R.RAJESWARI2, C.KALAIARASAN3  The solar cells operate on the photo-electric energy by using solar cells principle. The energy from the photovoltaic cells is used to switch on the lights  Tracking Arrays
  4. 4.  “SolarCharged Stand Alone Inverter” M. Vasugi Int. Journal of Engineering Research and Applications  Basic principle is that the energy produced during the day time, which was not consumed by loads, is saved in batteries. Saved energy can be used at night or during the days with bad weather conditions. Batteries in photovoltaic systems are often charged / discharged
  5. 5.  ”SOLAR ENERGY GRID INTEGRATION SYSTEMS (SEGIS) PROACTIVE INTELLIGENT ADVANCES FOR PHOTOVOTAIC SYSTEMS “ Ward Bower,Scott Kuszmaul,Sig Gonzalez,Abbas Akhil  Highly integrated, innovative, advanced inverters, new controllers and related balance-of-system (BOS) elements for residential and commercial solar energy applications are being developed in the program.
  6. 6. Components cost Total
  7. 7. Strength •Easier to install as they do not require a battery system •Effective utilization of generated power because there are no storage losses involved Weakness •Connecting to the grid poses many protection related challenges. •Too high levels of grid connected PV result in problems like relay desensitization , nuisance tripping and interference with automatic recloser Opportunities •Homes , Schools , Industries etc… Threats
  8. 8. I am extremely grateful and remain indebted to our guide Mr. AJAL A J HOD of ECE dept. for being a source of inspiration and for his constant support. I am thankful to him for his constant constructive criticism and Invaluable suggestions. I express my gratitude to Mr. VINEESH MOHAN Asst.professor ECE dept. for his constant official support encouragement and guidance for my project work. I wish to express my sincere thanks to our Project coordinator Mr. THOMAS for the competence ,guidelines and invaluable suggestions. I do not like to miss the opportunity to acknowledge of all the faculty members for their kinds assistance and co-operations. Last but not the least, thanks to my friends for their contributions.
  9. 9.  “ANALYSIS OF SOLAR ENERGY BASED STREET LIGHT WITH AUTO TRACKING” C.BHUVANESWARI, R.RAJESWARI, C.KALAIARASAN  ”SOLAR ENERGY GRID INTEGRATION SYSTEMS (SEGIS) PROACTIVE INTELLIGENT ADVANCES FOR PHOTOVOTAIC SYSTEMS “ Ward Bower,Scott Kuszmaul, Sig Gonzalez , Abbas Akhil  “SOLAR CHARGED STAND ALONE INVERTER” M. Vasugi Int. Journal of Engineering Research and Applications

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