Mobility grant of Mr Palanisamy Kaliannan
Contribution from renewable energy resource (RES) increasing at a very high rate due to government initiatives and subsidies in Europe and Asia. As well as common public is getting more and more awareness on issues (availability, economic, global warming and pollution) of conventional source based electric power generation particular in Denmark and India. Other side increased penetration of renewables PV (Photovoltaic) and Wind with grid leads to poor grid resilience, due to highly varying nature of renewable sources (PV solar and wind).
Motivation of the research is to make good resilient power system with maximum green energy and hybrid renewable energy storage systems. The initial focus of this collaborative research is to develop robust energy management for the campus micro grid that will present themselves, as controllable, flexible source, load to the main grid and it is very much need for the main grid.
This joint research aims to use local electrical parameters for energy management, enhance the ride through of low/high voltage and frequency regulation from individual renewable through power converters control. Thereby, microgrid as a whole system so that grid resilience will be enhance, and all types grid fault can be handle without any hassle.