Batteryless Grid-Tied Wind-Electric System
BATTERYLESS GRID-TIED WIND-ELECTRIC SYSTEM Connecting to the grid without batteries is the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly way to go. You eliminate batteries, which are costly, require maintenance, and carry a significant efficiency penalty. The only drawback of batteryless systems is that when the grid is down, your system shuts down. But in most grid-serviced areas, utility outages are only a few hours a year—a small inconvenience to endure for the efficiency, environmental friendliness, and thriftiness of these systems. Batteryless grid-tie systems may see increased performance (sometimes dramatically) from the wind turbine compared to battery-based systems. This is because the inverter’s electronics can match the wind’s load more exactly, running the turbine at optimum speed, and extracting the maximum energy.
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