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Energy Management Strategy Based on Multiple Operating States for a Photovoltaic-Fuel Cell-Energy Storage DC Microgrid


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School of Electrical Engineering, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu 610031, China





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Academic Editor: Ying-Yi Hong

Abstract It is a great challenge for DC microgrids with stochastic renewable sources and volatility loads to achieve better operation performance. This study proposes an energy management strategy based on multiple operating states for a DC microgrid, which is comprised of a photovoltaic PV array, a proton exchange membrane fuel cell PEMFC system, and a battery bank. This proposed strategy can share the power properly and keep the bus voltage steady under different operating states the state of charge SOC of the battery bank, loading conditions, and PV array output power. In addition, a microgrids test platform is established. In order to verify the effectiveness of the proposed energy management strategy, the strategy is implemented in a hardware system and experimentally tested under different operating states. The experimental results illustrate the good performance of the proposed control strategy for the DC microgrid under different scenarios of power generation and load demand. View Full-Text

Keywords: DC microgrid; energy management strategy; multiple operating states; photovoltaic PV array; proton exchange membrane fuel cell PEMFC; battery bank DC microgrid; energy management strategy; multiple operating states; photovoltaic PV array; proton exchange membrane fuel cell PEMFC; battery bank





Autor: Ying Han, Weirong Chen and Qi Li *

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