The problem of the continuity of energy supply produced by photovoltaic stand-alone plants undermined by variability of solar incident radiation is dealt with. By means of a suitable generation model to statistically describe the monthly and yearly variability of the incident energy the performances and the probability of the plants feeding the load without interruption are determined. Finally, an economic analysis consented individuation of the plant configurations assuring the minimum cost of the energy unit at parity of probability.

A PROBABILISTIC METHODOLOGY FOR THE SIZING OF PHOTOVOLTAIC STAND-ALONE PLANTS

OLIVETI, Giuseppe Antonio;ARCURI, Natale;
2001

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The problem of the continuity of energy supply produced by photovoltaic stand-alone plants undermined by variability of solar incident radiation is dealt with. By means of a suitable generation model to statistically describe the monthly and yearly variability of the incident energy the performances and the probability of the plants feeding the load without interruption are determined. Finally, an economic analysis consented individuation of the plant configurations assuring the minimum cost of the energy unit at parity of probability.
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Photovoltaic Plants; Probabilistic Methodology; Stand Alone PV
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