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1IEA-PVPS Task 12 - Life Cycle Inventories and Life Cycle Assessments of Photovoltaic Systems - 2015 Edition IEA-PVPS Task 12 - Life Cycle Inventories and Life Cycle Assessments of Photovoltaic Systems - 2015 Edition 2015/03/16  /  
2IEA-PVPS Task 12 - Life Cycle Assessment of Future Photovoltaic Electricity Production from Residential-scale Systems Operated in EuropeIEA-PVPS Task 12 - Life Cycle Assessment of Future Photovoltaic Electricity Production from Residential-scale Systems Operated in Europe2015/03/13  /  IEA - PVPS Task 12
3Task12 - Methodological Guidelines on Net Energy Analysis of Photovoltaic ElectricityTask12 - Methodological Guidelines on Net Energy Analysis of Photovoltaic Electricity2016/02/02  /  IEA PVPS Task 12
4Task7 fulltechnicalreport Potential for Building Integrated PhotovoltaicsTask7 fulltechnicalreport Potential for Building Integrated Photovoltaics2016/02/02  /  IEA PVPS Task 7
5Task 9 _ User guide monitoring PV diesel hybrid systemsTask 9 _ User guide monitoring PV diesel hybrid systems2016/02/02Caroline Bastholm  /  IEA PVPS - Task 9
6Task 12 - Methodology Guidelines on Life Cycle Assessment of Photovoltaic Electricity 3rd EditionTask 12 - Methodology Guidelines on Life Cycle Assessment of Photovoltaic Electricity 3rd Edition2016/02/02  /  IEA PVPS Task 12
7National 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
8National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Finland - 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Finland - 20142016/01/07Jero Ahola  /  LUT
9National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Thailand - 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Thailand - 20142015/11/10DEDE-KMUTT  /  
10National 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  /  
11IEA-PVPS - Trends 2015 - Executive Summary - FinalIEA-PVPS - Trends 2015 - Executive Summary - Final2015/10/23Gaëtan Masson  /  IEA-PVPS Task 1
12IEA-PVPS Trends 2015 in PV Applications - mrIEA-PVPS Trends 2015 in PV Applications - mr2015/10/23Gaëtan Masson  /  IEA-PVPS Task 1
13National 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
14National 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
15National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in France - 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in France - 20142015/09/09Paul Kaaijk & Yvonnick Durand  /  ADEME

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Title:FACTORS AFFECTING THE PERFORMANCE OF DIFFERENT THIN-FILM PV TECHNOLOGIES
Issue date:2012/05/24
Description:ABSTRACT: This paper reports the results of high-precision energy yield measurements of different PV module technologies performed at the headquarters of TÜV Rheinland, Cologne, from May 2010 through April 2011. The investigations refer to 12 specimens each subjected to a separate electronic load for automated MPP tracking and V/Icurve measurements. Modules based on CdTe, CI(G)S, a-Si, a-Si/μ-Si, a-Si/a-Si and c-Si (mono and poly) semiconductors were analyzed and compared in a ranking with regard to the achieved specific energy yield. We consider the individual reasons for differences in performance, such as low irradiance behaviour, temperature coefficients, spectral irradiance effects and meta-instabilities of nominal power output, and describe the challenges in gathering high resolution measurement data.
Creator / Publisher:M. Schweiger, U. Jahn, W. Herrmann  /  IEA PVPS Task 13
Copyright:IEA PVPS Task 13
Filesize:764 Kilobyte
Filetype:pdf
Category:Public
Paper
2011
Task 13
Link:  
pap_ST3.1_Task_13_Sept_2011.pdf