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Wind Solar Hybrid Power System
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  • Wind Solar Hybrid Power System
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Product Details:
Area To Be Covered21.4 /230 Sq. m / sq. feet
Turbine MaterialCarbon Fiber Composite, ~ 0.37
Plant CapacityAs per requirment
Country of OriginMade in India
Rated wind speed11 m/s
RPM- 50hz/60hz375/450
Over speed limit RPM / Hz525 / 70
YAW SYSTEMPassive by tail Vane
YAW / Tower CableN x 3600
POLES16
ROTOR DIAMETER5.24 m / 17.20 ft.
GOVERNOR / over speed limitAngle tilt
GOV. SHUT-DOWN / OPTIONAL STOPElectro-dynamic Switch
UNIT WEIGHT (tower top)99 kg.
OPERATING LIFE20 Years
SURVIVAL WIND55 m/s

A wind-solar hybrid system, also known as a wind-solar hybrid power system, is a renewable energy solution that combines both wind and solar technologies to generate electricity. The goal of this hybrid system is to utilize the strengths of both wind and solar energy sources to provide a more reliable and consistent power generation profile, as well as to optimize the utilization of available resources.

Here's a description of the components and working of a wind-solar hybrid system:

Components:

  1. Wind Turbines: Wind turbines consist of large blades connected to a rotor. When wind blows, the kinetic energy in the wind causes the blades to rotate, which in turn drives a generator to produce electricity.

  2. Solar Panels (Photovoltaic Modules): Solar panels consist of multiple photovoltaic cells that convert sunlight directly into electricity through the photovoltaic effect. These panels are usually installed on rooftops, open fields, or other suitable areas with ample sunlight exposure.

  3. Battery Storage System: To store excess energy generated by both wind and solar sources, a battery storage system is often incorporated into the hybrid system. This allows for the storage of surplus energy during times of high generation and its use during periods of low or no generation.

  4. Charge Controller: A charge controller regulates the charging and discharging of the batteries to prevent overcharging or deep discharge, extending the battery's lifespan.

  5. Inverter: An inverter converts the DC (direct current) electricity generated by the solar panels and wind turbines into AC (alternating current) electricity, which is suitable for powering most electrical appliances and for grid connection.

  6. Power Conditioning Unit: In a hybrid system, a power conditioning unit manages the integration of power from both wind and solar sources, ensuring a stable output.

Working:

The wind-solar hybrid system operates by harnessing energy from both wind and sunlight to generate electricity. Here's how it typically works:

  • Wind Energy Generation: When wind is present, the wind turbines start rotating, converting the kinetic energy of the wind into mechanical energy. This mechanical energy is then transformed into electricity by the generator connected to the turbine.

  • Solar Energy Generation: Solar panels absorb sunlight and convert it into electricity through the photovoltaic process. The more sunlight received, the higher the electricity generation.

  • Battery Charging: Excess electricity generated by both wind and solar sources, especially during peak conditions, is used to charge the battery storage system. This stored energy can be used during times when wind and solar generation are insufficient.

  • Load Consumption: The generated electricity, whether from wind, solar, or stored in batteries, is then directed to power electrical loads, such as homes, businesses, or other facilities.

  • Optimized Power Generation: The hybrid system optimizes power generation by intelligently managing the use of wind and solar resources based on real-time conditions. For example, if there's sufficient sunlight but low wind speed, the system might prioritize solar generation. Similarly, during windy periods with limited sunlight, the emphasis might shift towards wind power.

A wind-solar hybrid system offers advantages like enhanced reliability, reduced intermittency (due to the complementary nature of wind and solar resources), improved utilization of available space, and a more consistent power output. It can be particularly beneficial in regions with varying weather patterns, providing a more stable energy supply compared to standalone wind or solar systems.

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