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A Feasibility Study and Simulation of 450 kW Grid Connected Solar PV System at NMIT, Bangalore

  • B. SmithaEmail author
  • N. Samanvita
  • H. M. Ravikumar
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 906)

Abstract

The consumption of energy can be reduced by efficiently using the available resources and effectively energy bill is reduced by considering photovoltaic system, which is most promising nowadays. In this paper, a feasibility study and simulation model on MATLAB/SIMULINK of 450-kW grid-connected solar PV system is considered for NMIT campus. The energy consumption at the campus is studied, and the number of billed units in kWh is considered for the last two years. The modelling of PV array, their integration with MPPT in SIMULINK environment are described. The deployment of available energy resources along with the incoming PV system is studied for effective usage of electricity. The simulation results are shown, the performance of the incoming PV system and its feasibility is described as obtained.

Keywords

Fossil fuel Solar PV system MPPT SIMULINK 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of EEENMITBangaloreIndia

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