A Survey on the Provision of Smooth Transition between Operation Modes in PV-BESS Microgrid

Onar B., Demirbas S. E.

10th International Conference on Smart Grid, icSmartGrid 2022, İstanbul, Turkey, 27 - 29 June 2022, pp.203-207 identifier

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • Doi Number: 10.1109/icsmartgrid55722.2022.9848664
  • City: İstanbul
  • Country: Turkey
  • Page Numbers: pp.203-207
  • Keywords: bess, microgrid, pv, smartgrid, smooth transition
  • Anadolu University Affiliated: No


© 2022 IEEE.The need for energy is increasing everyday, depending on rising in population and technology. However, electrical energy produced by conventional methods, obtained from fossil fuels, leads to serious problems in environmental pollution and energy resources decreasing worldwide as well. Therefore, it has increased orientation to alternative energy sources when all these situations are taken into account. The increase of alternative energy sources has raised the necessity of microgrid systems. However, it is known that a multifunctional types of electrical energy production systems such as the solar, wind, diesel generator, energy storage system are in a single roof. The microgrids operating principle works in both operating modes, both in island mode and grid connection. This components forming the complex structure will bring in a very difficulty in synchronously with each other. These challenges are critical to ensure the transitions between the operating modes. Because, along with the interruption of the grid connection, due to corruption such as the phase shift, voltage / frequency deviation, current harmonics can result in difficult situations that may result in grid collapse. In this study a survey has been implemented for the provision of smooth transition between operation modes in PV-BESS Microgrid. All possible situations are considered photovoltaic (PV) system which is critically important in renewable energy sources and microgrid design consisting of the battery energy storage system (BESS), which is critical for uninterrupted energy, is planned at the study.