Theoretical and real efficiency of non-silicon PV modules in a 3-year cycle
Hubert Latała , Sławomir Kurpaska , Dariusz Kwaśniewski
AbstractThis paper contains an analysis of operation of photovoltaic power plant in an annual cycle for years 2015, 2016 and 2017. Its operation began when the intensity of solar radiation exceeded the value of several dozen W/m 2 and lasted up to several W/m 2 . During the energy conversion in PV power plant, the average daily temperature of photovoltaic modules fluctuated in the range from -10°C up to 51°C. Based on the data collected regression models have been developed that explained changes in the amount of electric energy generated in non-silicon PV modules, depending on the available solar radiation energy and PV modules temperature.
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|Book||Korzeniewska Ewa (eds.): 2019 Applications of Electromagnetics in Modern Engineering and Medicine (PTZE), 2019, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, ISBN 978-83-88131-00-4, 280 p.|
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