The Large Grid Integration of Small Residential Photovoltaic Cells
This book, through step-by-step modelling and simulation, demonstrates why the large integration of small residential roof-mounted photovoltaic cells into the public grid is one of the best solutions to mankind’s energy problems, given the consequent low impact on power systems’ dispatching centres. It introduces and develops a new concept of renewable energy: the simultaneous operation on/off grid of the energy cell, with a triple function inverter (on-grid, off-grid and charger). The text highlights the advantages and superiority of the large integration of small residential widespread photovoltaics, and will appeal to researchers, engineers, developers, and energy planners in the fields of clean energy generation and power systems.
Octavian Căpăţînă holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering, and has designed and built plotters and three generations of robot command units, as well as writing a CAD software application for small PV cells. He is the author of the books Designing with Microprocessors, Designing with Integrated Microcomputers, and The Large-scale Integration of Residential PV into the Public Network.
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