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Volume - 6 | Issue - 2 | june 2024

Enhancing Low Voltage Ride-Through Resilience using Empowering Solar Energy Strategies
Jenitha J  , Sumathi S
Pages: 98-115
Cite this article
J, Jenitha, and Sumathi S. "Enhancing Low Voltage Ride-Through Resilience using Empowering Solar Energy Strategies." Journal of Electrical Engineering and Automation 6, no. 2 (2024): 98-115
Published
27 May, 2024
Abstract

The rapid advancement of Low Voltage Ride-Through (LVRT) technology has been highlighted by the exponential rise of photovoltaic (PV) generation systems. An extensive analysis of LVRT methods specifically designed for PV generating systems is presented in this research. Important topics like main causes, current control schemes, power balance and overall solutions are the main focus of the review. Moreover, it provides comprehensive insights and elaborates on integrated solutions intended for large-scale PV systems. The objective of this research is to improve the resilience and reliability of renewable energy sources, especially solar photovoltaic systems, against grid disruptions and voltage changes by investigating LVRT approaches in solar power systems. Enhancing the integration of solar power systems into current electrical grids, reducing downtime, and optimizing system performance are the objectives in order to accelerate the shift to a more resilient and sustainable energy infrastructure.

Keywords

Low Voltage Ride-Through Current control scheme power balance PV system grid stability inverter control strategies reactive power support

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