• Urvi Vasavada Vadodara Institute Of Engineering, Vadodara, India.
  • Shivani Rathod Vadodara Institute Of Engineering, Vadodara, India.
  • Dixita Prajapati Vadodara Institute Of Engineering, Vadodara, India.


solar energy; wind energy; microgrid


The advent of micro grid has enticed a lot of interest in the research of distribution generation thereby
bringing into existence an intelligent electrical generation networks. It ensures security, reliability, stability, and
sustainable of energy. Micro grid may include both renewable and non-renewable energy sources. It has been proven to
possess the promising potential of providing clean, efficient, and reliable power. The energy sources include solar
photovoltaic, wind, fuel cell, micro turbine, bio- mass micro hydro. Various architecture of a micro grid are available
and are developed the factors dependable upon availability of renewable resources, geographical location, load demand.
For effective and efficient operation unlike main grid, it needs to employ special and control this is so because of
combination of conventional and renewable energy sources.



How to Cite

Urvi Vasavada, Shivani Rathod, & Dixita Prajapati. (2017). HIERARCHICAL ARCHITECTURE OF MICROGRID. International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD), 4(3), 232–238. Retrieved from https://ijaerd.com/index.php/IJAERD/article/view/2007