Energy management in hybrid complexes based on wind generation and hydrogen storage

Yaroslav Shklyarskiy, Iuliia Andreeva, Tole Sutikno, Mohd Hatta Jopri


This work is devoted to the analysis of scientific articles in the field of hybrid energy complexes based on hydrogen technologies and renewable energy sources. A special attention is given to wind generation. The review of the topics of scientific publications indexed in the Scopus database in the field of research is carried out, the most frequently encountered topics and the rarest ones are highlighted. Brief statistics about publications selected for detailed analysis are given. The most interesting direction for studying is development of control systems for hybrid energy complexes. Several traditional approaches, which are commonly used in research on this topic and methods are highlighted. The existing shortcomings and inaccuracies in the overviewed works are identified. Conclusions are drawn about the need to transform existing methods and specific proposals are made to improve management systems to increase the efficiency of decision-making and achieve greater economic benefits. Promising areas of research that also require special attention are formulated.


Algorithm; Energy-management; Hydrogen; Optimization; Renewable

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