Study of an Injection on the Mamwe Comoros Network of Solar Photovoltaic Energy through a Static Switch

Said Mohamed Mariama, Angel Scipioni, Angel Scipioni, Bernard Davat, Bernard Davat

Abstract


This article proposes to study the injection of photovoltaic solar energy into the network through a current switch. In this work, we opted for the implementation of a solar energy injection device in the network through a thyristor current switch given the property offered by this type of component to easily allow switching at high power. However, like any static switch, this type of component inevitably leads to a deterioration of the quality of the current and the voltage in the distribution networks. The simulation results made it possible to determine the behavior of the energy chain with respect to variations of the sun, the reactive component, the harmonics and their compensation.


Keywords


photovoltaic generator; current switch; network.

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