Doctorant sous la direction de G. DAMM

Titre de la thèse: MODELING AND ANALYSIS GRID CONNECTED PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS WITH STORAGE
Résumé de la thèse: Power grids will be submitted to further constraints in the coming years due to climbing consumption and development of decentralized and intermittent electricity production from renewable sources. However, the efforts are needed to improve the quality of grid and satisfy the grid code as stability, and also to reach the climate requirements set by France and Europe. This study is a contribution to the integration of photovoltaic generation (PV) in the power grid. This energy called renewable has immense potential. However, its intermittent effect remains a real disability restricting development on a large scale. o answer the new constraints of connection to the network (Grid-Codes), we consider a storage system able to increase the penetration of this type of energy. Firstly we study a a grid-connected photovoltaic system with storage via power electronics converters. The whole system is composed of several installations connected to a distribution or transport network. Secondly our study will focus on network stability and impact on the behavior of the whole electrical system. The approach used in this study allows us to acquire a “Plug and Play” system. Therefore, the global control which has been thought globally will be accomplished at local level by each actuator (distributed control).