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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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1High Penetration of PV in Local Distribution Grids - IEA PVPS Task 14 - 2014High Penetration of PV in Local Distribution Grids - IEA PVPS Task 14 - 20142014/11/06R. Bründlinger, Ch. Mayr R. Bründlinger, Ch  /  IEA PVPS IEA PVPS
2Transition from uni directional to bi directional distribution grids - IEA PVPS Task 14 - 2014Transition from uni directional to bi directional distribution grids - IEA PVPS Task 14 - 20142014/11/06Th. Stetz, M. Rekinger, I.T. Theologitis  /  IEA PVPS
3National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in China - 2013National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in China - 20132014/10/27Lv Fang, Xu Honghua, Wang Sicheng & all.  /  IEE / CAS & CPVS
4IEA PVPS Trends 2014 in PV Applications - lrIEA PVPS Trends 2014 in PV Applications - lr2014/10/12Gaëtan Masson  /  IEA PVPS Task 1
5IEA PVPS TRENDS 2013 in PV ApplicationsIEA PVPS TRENDS 2013 in PV Applications2013/11/29Gaëtan Masson  /  IEA PVPS Task 1
6National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Norway- 2013National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Norway- 20132014/08/27Oystein Holm  /  Multiconsult / The Research Council of Norway
7National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Switzerland - 2013National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Switzerland - 20132014/09/22Pius Hüsser, Nora Farrag  /  Nova Energie GmbH
8National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Malaysia - 2013National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Malaysia - 20132014/09/22Task 1 Representatives of Malaysia  /  SEDA
9National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Belgium - 2013National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Belgium - 20132014/09/22Gregory Neubourg  /  APERe
10National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in France - 2013National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in France - 20132014/09/04Yvonnick Durand  /  ADEME
11National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Canada - 2013National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Canada - 20132014/09/04Y. Poissant & P. Luukkonen  /  CanmetEnergy & CanSIA
12National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Germany - 2013National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Germany - 20132014/08/27Dr. Lothar Wissing  /  Projectträger Julich/Forschungszentrum Jüli
13National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in the USA - 2013National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in the USA - 20132014/08/27D. Feldman, D. Boff,R. Margolis  /  SunShot, US Department of Energy
14National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Thailand - 2013National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Thailand - 20132014/08/27Bur.of Solar Energy Dev(DEDE, Min.En) & KMUTT  /  Ministry of Energy
15National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Sweden - 2013National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Sweden - 20132014/08/27Johan Lindhal, Uppsala University  /  Swedish Energy Agency

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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