In this contribution the possible benefits of the integration of a storage system (ST) and a photovoltaic power plant (PV) are investigated by means of a Heuristic Rules System (HRS), used both for the determination of the optimal size of the components and for the power production scheduling. The HRS takes into account the well-known electrical constraints and aims at satisfying the electrical demand following a priority order (PV, ST, main grid). Experimental results in the case of four possible scenarios are presented and discussed.

Energy management in hybrid systems coupling PV and electrical storage

Brignone, Massimo;Delfino, Federico;Pampararo, Fabio;Procopio, Renato;Rossi, Mansueto;Barillari, Luca
2015

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In this contribution the possible benefits of the integration of a storage system (ST) and a photovoltaic power plant (PV) are investigated by means of a Heuristic Rules System (HRS), used both for the determination of the optimal size of the components and for the power production scheduling. The HRS takes into account the well-known electrical constraints and aims at satisfying the electrical demand following a priority order (PV, ST, main grid). Experimental results in the case of four possible scenarios are presented and discussed.
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