A Simpler Single-Phase Single-Stage Grid-Connected PV System with Maximum Power Point Tracking Controller
Generating electrical power from solar energy is very popular. There are many studies aiming at increasing the efficiency and designing simpler systems. Electrical power generated by PV cells depends on solar irradiances, ambient temperatures and electrical loads. To transfer maximum available power from PV cells to the grid, Maximum Power Point Tracker (MPPT) algorithms have been developed and implemented. In this study, a simpler single-phase single-stage grid connected system has been designed and analysed. The proposed circuit does not require complex circuitries and modulation techniques. A 175 Watt prototype system is implemented. Under different environmental conditions, the control unit forces the system to operate at the maximum available power.
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