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Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Systems: An Overview of Recent Research and Emerging PV Converter Technology
Photovoltaic (PV) energy has grown at a mean annual rate of 60percent within the last five years, surpassing one third of the cumulative wind energy installed capability, and is quickly becoming an vital half of the energy combine in some regions and power systems. This has been driven by a reduction in the price of PV modules. This growth has also triggered the evolution of classic PV power converters from typical single-section grid-tied inverters to a lot of advanced topologies to extend potency, power extraction from the modules, and reliability without impacting the value. This text presents an outline of the present PV energy conversion systems, addressing the system configuration of different PV plants and the PV converter topologies that have found practical applications for grid-connected systems. In addition, the recent research and emerging PV converter technology are discussed, highlighting their attainable advantages compared with this technology.
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