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Sustainable energy sources also called a non-conventional type of energy are continuously available from natural. As the vitality request expands, then vitality failure also expands. So, sustainable energy sources can be utilized to give steady loads. Here, a hybrid PV and wind vitality system combine with another converter topology is proposed which makes use of CUK and SEPIC converters in the design. This arrangement enables the two sources supply to the load individually or simultaneously accessibility of the vitality sources. Maximum vitality is a concentrate from PV and wind vitality sources by utilizing the Maximum power Point Tracking (MPPT) algorithm. Simulation is done in MATLAB/SIMULINK programming and the results of the Cuk converter, SEPIC converter, and the hybrid converter are shown.
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