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Design of Grid-Photovoltaic Connected Power System

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Transcript of Design of Grid-Photovoltaic Connected Power System

Why Photovoltaic System?
Geography
-equatorial
-solar radiation

Climate
-hot and humid

Incentives
-building integrated

Ease of installation



Arasan s/o Bidamally
Supervised by: Mr. Reynato Andal Gamboa

Research Background
Motivation and Problem Statement
Related work
Methodology
Results
Summary
Future Work
Research Background
Presentation Outline
TULC is a modern tropical university campus
Average monthly electricity bill of TULC RM 300,000
Demand charge constitutes 30% of the bill
Increase in tariff 17% from 2013 to 2014
Solar energy mostly adopted in the country 45% of RE

Research Objectives
Design of Grid PV Connected Power System for Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus
What is Photovoltaic System?
Light energy to Electrical energy
Photoelectric effect

Two main types:
Grid connected
Off-Grid

Solar Cell:
Crystalline
Thin-film
To conduct energy auditing and data analysis to determine the maximum demand at TULC

To design photovoltaic system based of peak demand requirement

To simulate the PV system with integration of TULC network with ETAP

Maximum Demand Analysis
Walk-through Energy Audit

Daily for 3 months (time limitation)

Maximum Demand meter (MD)
Expected outcomes
Energy auditing narrows the peak demand
PV capacity design to suffice demand
Modeling grid connection successful
Analysis PV down and Grid down
References
QUESTION AND ANSWER
Figure 4: Cell Efficiencies (T. J. a. M. W. Alan Goodrich 2011)
Figure 5: Yearly average solar irradiation (Firdaus Muhammad-Sukki 2011)
N. Subramaniam, "Peak Demand Analysis for the Look-Ahead Energy Management System," Taylor's University B.Eng Thesis, 2013.

T. J. a. M. W. Alan Goodrich, "Solar PV Manufacturing Cost Analysis: U.S. Competitiveness in a Global Industry," Stanford University, Colorado, Research Report: National Renewable Energy Laboratory NREL/PR-6A20-53938, October 10, 2011.

Firdaus Muhammad-Sukki, "An evaluation of the installation of solar photovoltaic in residential houses in Malaysia: Past, present, and future," Energy Policy, vol. 39, no. 12, p. 7975–7987, Dec. 2011.


Thank you
STAGE 1
STAGE 2
STAGE 3
STAGE 4
Research Methodology
Network Diagram of Taylor's University
Detailed energy auditing
Hybrid systems
Energy efficient building
Figure 6: Electrical Network Architecture of TULC (Nadarajan 2013)
Recommendations
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