Title: Possibilities of Using an Energy Surplus of Photovoltaic Power Plants
Authors: Jiřinec, Jakub
Knedlík, Michal
Rot, David
Citation: Proceeding of UIE 2021: XIX International UIE Congress on Evolution and New Trends in Electrothermal Processes. 1.-3.2021, Pilsen, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic, 2021, p. 117-118.
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of West Bohemia
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11025/45817
ISBN: 978-80-261-0930-3
Keywords: FV elektrárna;tepelné čerpadlo;EV nabíječka;kontrolní systém;hospodaření s energií
Keywords in different language: PV powerplant;heat pump;EV charger;control system;energy management
Abstract in different language: Nowadays, the installation of photovoltaic power plants on the roof of houses is becoming more and more common. Compared to earlier times, the surplus electricity to the grid is not well-financed. It leads to increasing pressure to maximize the use of the electricity generated on the premises. Energy storage in batteries is becoming standard but is still insufficient. In most cases, the distribution of the building's consumption does not correspond to the PV generation, and the size of the battery storage would be economically prohibitive to utilize the surplus fully. A solution to this problem can be to control selected appliances depending on the PV production. This paper describes controlling the output of heat pumps, EV chargers, and resistive load. Our goal is to develop a control system for smaller buildings that allows communication between the devices and control their operation depending on the current and future PV production.
Rights: © IEEE
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