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  • Ahmed B. Mohammed Sakarya University
  • Cenk Yavuz Sakarya University
  • Ceyda Aksoy Tirmikci Sakarya University


Energy, Solar, Wind, Turbine, Hybrid, Desial


Renewable energy is an alternative solution for power generation in the day today life. Power generation from conventional energy is having a drastic effect to the environment and the ecological life of humans. The energy from renewable sources is abundantly available over the universe. Energy from renewable sources is clean, ecofriendly, efficient, and reliable. Solar and wind are gaining much importance in the present world. The project presented in this paper aims to develop a grid connected hybrid power generation system using solar and wind energy using the Matlab/Simulink software. The model is designed based on the availability of solar irradiance, sunshine hours, temperature, wind speed, wind direction and topography. The hybrid model consists of solar panels, (P&O) MPPT, boost converter, inverter, wind turbine, PMSG generator all connected to a grid. Under different irradiance and temperature conditions the PV model is simulated, and output is observed. The hybrid model is simulated, and the Matlab results are analyzed. 

Author Biographies

Ahmed B. Mohammed, Sakarya University

Department/Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Turkey

Cenk Yavuz, Sakarya University

Department/Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Turkey

Ceyda Aksoy Tirmikci, Sakarya University

Department/Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Turkey


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How to Cite

Mohammed, A. B., Yavuz, C., & Aksoy Tirmikci, C. (2023). ECONOMY OF HYBRID SOLAR WIND SYSTEM : A CASE STUDY RUTBA CITY . International Conference on Frontiers in Academic Research, 1, 178–184. Retrieved from