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Member countries within the IEA Photovoltaic Power Systems Programm (PVPS) work together to compile country data and activities in a variety of publications - including task reports, naional reports, annual reports, statisic reports and a twice-yearly newsletter. The presentations of the workshops are released on this homepage.

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5National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Korea - 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Korea - 20142016/01/26Chinho Park & All.  /  Yeungnam University,KEA,KOPIA,KETEP, YURIC
6National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Finland - 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Finland - 20142016/01/07Jero Ahola  /  LUT
7National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Thailand - 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Thailand - 20142015/11/10DEDE-KMUTT  /  
8National Survey Report of PV Power Application in China - 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Application in China - 20142015/10/29Lv Fang, Xu Honghua, Wang Sichen  /  
9IEA-PVPS - Trends 2015 - Executive Summary - FinalIEA-PVPS - Trends 2015 - Executive Summary - Final2015/10/23Gaëtan Masson  /  IEA-PVPS Task 1
10IEA-PVPS Trends 2015 in PV Applications - mrIEA-PVPS Trends 2015 in PV Applications - mr2015/10/23Gaëtan Masson  /  IEA-PVPS Task 1
11National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Italy - 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Italy - 20142015/10/15F. Tilli, S. Guastella, S. Castello  /  GSE, RSE, ENEA
12National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Spain 2014 - 2National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Spain 2014 - 22015/09/22José Donoso, Abel Toffolatti  /  UNEF
13National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in France - 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in France - 20142015/09/09Paul Kaaijk & Yvonnick Durand  /  ADEME
14Characterization of the spatio-temporal variations and ramp rates of solar radiation and PVCharacterization of the spatio-temporal variations and ramp rates of solar radiation and PV2015/09/09  /  
15National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Canada - 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Canada - 20142015/09/09Yves Poissant & Patrick Bateman  /  CanmetENERGY - CanSIA

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Title:CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE KNOWLEDGE BASE ON PV PERFORMANCE: EVALUATION OF THE OPERATION OF PV SYSTEMS USING DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGIES INSTALLED IN SOUTHERN NORWAY
Issue date:2012/05/24
Description:To assist in establishing an accepted knowledge base on PV-modules and systems performance using a representative range of technologies, devices have to be installed at diverse locations, covering a broad range of environmental conditions. For the example of a high latitude location, modules and systems are installed and under investigation in southern Norway (Kristiansand region) by the University of Agder in cooperation with industrial partners. This paper presents first results of the analysis of module performance. The operational behavior of the modules is used to derive a modeling scheme applicable for performance prediction. This use is emonstrated by giving the expected annual performance of different module technologies for a set of sites in southern Norway.
Creator / Publisher:H. G. Beyer et al  /  IEA PVPS Task 13
Copyright:IEA PVPS Task 13
Filesize:590 Kilobyte
Filetype:pdf
Category:Public
Paper
2011
Task 13
Link:  
pap_ST2.2_Task_13_June_2011.pdf