Distributed DC/DC architecture for an LVDC hydrogen production microgrid based on concentrated photovoltaïc sources

Abstract : In the context of the decrease of fossil fuels and ecological transition, hydrogen production has been identified as a solution for storage consuption of renewable energies. High efficiency solar cells can be used in conjunction with solar concentration to further push the limits of photovoltaïc energy production. In order to maximize this production, high precision solar tracking in addition to optimized conversion devices are needed. In this study, a distributed DC/DC architecture is proposed with a Low Voltage DC microgrid, aiming to optimize energy flows between high efficiency concentrated
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Workshop LIA NextPV 2017, Dec 2017, Tokyo, Japan
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Kolja Neuhaus, Corinne Alonso. Distributed DC/DC architecture for an LVDC hydrogen production microgrid based on concentrated photovoltaïc sources. Workshop LIA NextPV 2017, Dec 2017, Tokyo, Japan. 〈hal-01702956〉

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