Electric production data of a grid-connected hybrid system are presented. The system consists of a photovoltaic generator, a wind micro-generator in the presence (HPWBS) or absence (HPWS) of an electric storage system. In such a system, the power generated by RES (Renewable energy sources) is sent directly to balance the load.A residential use has been analysed in warm climate. The analysis has been carried out by TRNSYS 17 (Transient System Simulation) software and the mathematical modelling and the energy balance of the system have been shown in “Energy reliability-constrained method for the multi-objective optimization of a photovoltaic-wind hybrid system with battery storage” . The annual energy performance has been evaluated, in terms of dimensionless balance of the generated energy and dimensionless balance of the energy required by the load, for 375 hybrid system configurations. These configurations were obtained by varying the photovoltaic power, the wind power and the battery storage capacity, considering different hourly average daily values of the load.
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