A Literature review on industrially accepted MPPT techniques for solar PV system

Indresh Yadav, Sanjay Kumar Maurya, Gaurav Kumar Gupta


Solar energy is a clean renewable energy and it is available around 89,000 TW on the earth surface. To get maximum power from a solar PV system with minimum power transfer loss is one of the main design objectives of an energy transferring network. Power electronic devices perform a very important character for an efficient PV power tracking system control and either incorporates to transfer the generated power to the ac/dc grid or battery storage system. In this case the duty of the power electronics devices used in PV system is to track maximum power point under different operating conditions of environment, so that power tracking efficiency of solar PV system can be improved. This paper encapsulates based the on performance comparisions on the behavior of MPP under uniform and nonuniform operating conditions and selects the optimum duty cycle for industrially accepted MPPT techniques with their algorithm.


ac/dc grid; MPPT techniques; PV array; PV power generation;

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v10i2.pp2117-2127

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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