Hybrid Inverter Working Principle

A hybrid inverter, also known as a multi-mode inverter, is a device that combines the functionalities of a grid-tied inverter and a battery-based inverter. Its primary purpose is to manage the flow of electrical energy between renewable energy sources, such as solar panels or wind turbines, the electric grid, and energy storage systems like batteries.

The working principle of a hybrid inverter involves different modes of operation depending on the available energy sources and the demands of the electrical system. Here is a general overview of its operation: