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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:3rd phase activities of IEA PVPS Task 8 (2006-2008): Very Large Scale Photovoltaic Power Generation (VLS-PV) systems on the desert
Issue date:2006/09/01
Description:The objective of IEA PVPS Task 8 is to examine and evaluate the potential of Very Large Scale Photovoltaic Power Generation (VLS-PV) Systems on desert areas, which have a capacity ranging from multi-Megawatt to Gigawatt, and to develop practical proposals for demonstrative research toward realization of the VLS-PV Systems in the future. Task 8 started in 1999 (as 1st-Phase) and the 2nd-Phase was succeeded in 2005. To develop these results toward an implementation of VLS-PV system, we’ve started 3rd-phase activity. In 3rd-Phase (2006-2008), specific case studies from viewpoints of local, regional and global aspect are carried out, and financial and institutional scenarios and a general instruction for practical project proposals are developed. Also, considerable future technical options implementing VLS-PV system are analyzed. Through the activities, Task 8 will give recommendations to stakeholders and for world brightness future.
Creator / Publisher:K. Komoto, K. Kurokawa, M. Ito, u.a.  /  IEA PVPS
Copyright:IEA PVPS
Filesize:354 Kilobyte
Filetype:pdf
Category:Paper
Conference
2006
Task 8
Public
Link:  
pap8_061_task 8_Sept._2006_poster.pdf