Study on Micro Grid and Compensation Parameters with Solar/Hydro DGs
Hydropower energy is one of the most suitable and efficient sources of renewable energy which depends on the energy of flowing water. The power capacity and facility are two criteria required for the classification of the hydropower plants. The first one consists of five technologies: dammed reservoir, run of river, pumped storage, in-stream technology, and new technology gravitational vortex. The other one is classified according to the power scale is Large, Small, Mini, Micro, and Pico Hydropower. Nowadays most of the rural areas in developed and developing countries use the hydropower plant for producing electricity, it is cheap and effective. This paper gives a review of hybrid system i.e. micro hydropower technologies and solar energy, it is focusing on the categories and performance of hydropower systems and the most suitable solar energy which can be used.
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