Performance Enhancement of Solar PV System using Incremental Conductance Technique

Abstract
Photovoltaic systems normally use a maximum power point tracking (MPPT) control to continuously deliver the highest possible power to the load when variations in the insolation and temperature occur. The perturb & observe (P&O) technique, is very popular and the most commonly used in practice because of its simplicity in algorithm and the ease of implementation. But this method fails to track the power under fast varying atmospheric conditions. The proposed paper is using incremental conductance (incCond) technique intending to solve the problem of the P&O technique and the main difference of the proposed paper to the existing MPPT technique is eliminating Complexity of the incCond technique the effect of simplifying the control circuit. The resultant system is capable of tracking MPPs accurately and rapidly without steady state oscillation and also its dynamic performance is satisfactory.

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