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1PVPS@PVSEC23PVPS@PVSEC232013/10/22  /  
2PVPS PVSEC23 Agenda FinalPVPS PVSEC23 Agenda Final2013/10/22  /  
32- Introduction to IEA-PVPS Task 14 High Penetration PV in Electricity Grids  Roland Brundlinger  Christof Mayr2- Introduction to IEA-PVPS Task 14 High Penetration PV in Electricity Grids Roland Brundlinger Christof Mayr2013/10/22  /  
47-Valerick Cassagne - How Self-Consumption Could Reshape Rooftop Markets7-Valerick Cassagne - How Self-Consumption Could Reshape Rooftop Markets2013/10/16  /  
510- Ramp rate mitigation using short term energy buffers - Richard Perez10- Ramp rate mitigation using short term energy buffers - Richard Perez2013/10/15  /  
611- Solar forecasting improvement project  USA  - Manajit Sengupta11- Solar forecasting improvement project USA - Manajit Sengupta2013/10/15  /  
79- Shortest term forecast system for PV plants and distribution grids - Stefan Mueller9- Shortest term forecast system for PV plants and distribution grids - Stefan Mueller2013/10/15  /  
88- PV forecasting confidence intervals for reserve planning and system operation - Paul Kreutzkamp8- PV forecasting confidence intervals for reserve planning and system operation - Paul Kreutzkamp2013/10/15  /  
97- Ensemble model solar forecasting for NW Europe - Kristian Pagh Nielsen7- Ensemble model solar forecasting for NW Europe - Kristian Pagh Nielsen2013/10/15  /  
106- Accuracy evaluation of solar irradiance forecasting technique using a meteorological model  Yasushi Miwa6- Accuracy evaluation of solar irradiance forecasting technique using a meteorological model Yasushi Miwa2013/10/15  /  
114- Comparison of 7 measures to integrate PV in the low voltage grid  using stochastic irradiance data  Christof Bucher4- Comparison of 7 measures to integrate PV in the low voltage grid using stochastic irradiance data Christof Bucher2013/10/15  /  
125- PV production forecast of balance zones in Germany- Elke Lorenz5- PV production forecast of balance zones in Germany- Elke Lorenz2013/10/15  /  
133- Investigation of cloud indicators for low voltage distribution grid transformers - Holger Ruf3- Investigation of cloud indicators for low voltage distribution grid transformers - Holger Ruf2013/10/15  /  
141- Solar Resource Assessment and Forecasting  Dave Renne1- Solar Resource Assessment and Forecasting Dave Renne2013/10/15  /  
157- Outdoor temperature coefficients quantifying effects to allow comparison with indoor data  David Moser7- Outdoor temperature coefficients quantifying effects to allow comparison with indoor data David Moser2013/10/15  /  

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Title:International Energy Agency PVPS Task II: Analysis of the operational performance of the IEA database PV systems
Issue date:2000/05/01
Description:As a part of the International Energy Agency (IEA) Photovoltaic Power Systems Programme (PVPS), the participants of Task 2 are collecting and analysing operational data of photovoltaic plants in various system techniques located world-wide. The objective of this joint project is to provide suitable technical information on the operational performance, reliability and sizing of PV systems and their subsystems to the target groups. People working in the area of photovoltaics like manufactures, system designers, utilities, research laboratories, standardization organizations and vocational schools may benefit from the group of international experts working on the analysis of monitoring data and giving feedback to the PV system design. Task 2 participants have developed a database containing PV system data selected from different kinds of application e. g. professional and domestic stand-alone systems, distributed grid-connected systems and centralized PV power plants. A detailed analysis of more than 260 PV systems has been carried out using normalized quantities allowing any kind of cross-comparison between different systems. In case of stand-alone systems, new parameters have been introduced to better quantify the system behaviour from a technical point of view and to define a ranking procedure. This paper will summarize and present the most important results drawn from the performance analysis of the 260 different PV systems addressed in the IEA PVPS Task 2 database.
Creator / Publisher:U. Jahn  /  IEA PVPS
Copyright:IEA PVPS
Filesize:180 Kilobyte
Filetype:pdf
Category:Paper
Conference
2000
Task 2
Public
Link:  
pap2_001_task 2_May_2000.pdf