Coordinated control and energy management of distributed generation inverters in a microgrid project explains about connecting different DG units  ( distributed generation ) to a single distributed grid in a microgird. This micro grid consists of PV called as photovoltaic array which acts as the primary generation unit of microgrid and proton exchange membrane fuel cell.  These will help in providing supplement variability power which is generated by PV array. By design DG inverters we can have a new model predictive control algorithm which will help is saving computenationl time for large scale power systems . This can be done by optimizing both these transient control problem and steady state problem separately.

Coordinated Control and Energy Management of Distributed Generation Inverters in a Microgrid

By using renewable energy sources which can supplement power generation from distribution grid.  There are issues related to renewable engery sources like stability , reliability  these issues may cause same problem to distributed network. To manage this issues batteries and ultra capacitors can be used to give stability. At the time of peak demand these solutions may not solve problem.

Proposed System:

In proposed system microgrid is used which consist of PV array, PEMFC  type of fuel cell  and battery ( lithium ion storage battery ) is used.  Controller used in this DG inverters is designed based on MPC Algorithm which will decompose control problem in to a steady state and reduce problem and reduce overall computation time. 

Project Development:

This project is developed using MATLAB / SIMULINK Software and results shows effective calculations for proposed system.