By Krisada Prompinit, Boonyang Plangklang, Somchai Hiranvarodom

Year 2011


This paper presents the design and construction of a Mobile PV-Wind-Battery-Diesel Hybrid System Prototype for isolated electrification. The system includes a real-time monitoring system and a control unit which can control all components automatically. The design uses a short calculation method and then simulated by Homer program. The mobile unit is considered as a mobility utility for remote areas therefore the unit is constructed in a container unit which can be able to be transferred comfortably. The design has the components as : PV 2 kWp, Wind turbine 1 kW, Battery 24 kWh, and Diesel Generator 5kW. From a long experiment, the system can operate as the design and it is working stably to supply power to the load. The paper will describe fully for the design, construction, monitored data, and analysis.

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