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Integration of DFIG based Wind System and Solar PV Feeding Electric Vehicle Charging Station with Hybrid Energy Storage System

Author : Fatima Jabeen 1 CH. Leela Krishna 2

Date of Publication :23rd November 2021

Abstract: This paper proposes a highly efficient Electric Vehicle Charging Station (EVCS) to generate the power for charging the Electric Vehicle (EV). The EVCS uses renewable energy sources such as solar Photo Voltaic (PV) and Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) based Wind Turbine (WT) system. The objective of this paper is to provide sustainable power for the electric vehicle and to maintain the dc link voltage constant for DC busbar at various irradiation conditions. The proposed system consists of solar PV array, DFIG based WT system, AC grid and Hybrid Energy Storage System (HESS) connected to a common DC busbar. The HESS consists of a Lithium-ion battery and a Supercapacitor (SC) which are connected to the bidirectional DC-DC converters. There are other Unidirectional DC-DC converters (Boost, Buck) connected to the solar PV array, Diode Bridge Rectifier (DBR) and to the EV Battery. Initially the power generated from the solar PV and DFIG based WT system is used to feed the electric vehicle and also charges the HESS, when the PV and DFIG based WT system could not supply enough power to charge the EV, then the power from the HESS is utilized. To support the load demand and to maintain the dc link voltage at 500 Volts during low irradiation conditions, the ac grid is connected in parallel to the WT-DFIG followed by the Diode Bridge Rectifier (DBR). The system performance is compared with and without using DFIG based WT system using MATLAB-Simulink software. The obtained results show that the proposed renewable charging mechanism is suitable for EV charging thus creating pollution free environment.

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