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Domenico Chianese – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Energy Yield Prediction of Amorphous Silicon PV Modules Using Full Time Data Series of Irradiance and Temperature for Different Geographical Locations
    , 2011
    Co-Authors: Domenico Chianese, Tomas Cebecauer, Alessandro Virtuani, Artur Skoczek

    Abstract:

    For several reasons, Amorphous Silicon is expected to be the preferred technology for hot climates: low temperature coefficients for maximum power, prevalence of annealing effect over light induced degradation, better matching of the solar spectrum due to air mass effects and smaller fraction of diffused light in comparison to direct one. An empirical method of the energy yield prediction of the Amorphous Silicon technology using full time series of irradiance and temperature for different geographical locations was developed, validated for a roof integrated PV system and a free mounted triple junction Amorphous Silicon Module and simulated for different sites in Europe and Africa.

  • Energy Yield Prediction of Amorphous Silicon PV Modules Using Full Time Data
    , 2011
    Co-Authors: Artur Skoczek, Tomas Cebecauer, Alessandro Virtuani, Domenico Chianese

    Abstract:

    For several reasons, Amorphous Silicon is expected to be the preferred technology for hot climates: low temperature coefficients for maximum power, prevalence of annealing effect over light induced degradation, better matching of the solar spectrum due to air mass effects and smaller fraction of diffused light in comparison to direct one. An empirical method of the energy yield prediction of the Amorphous Silicon technology using full time series of irradiance and temperature for different geographical locations was developed, validated for a roof integrated PV system and a free mounted triple junction Amorphous Silicon Module and simulated for different sites in Europe and Africa.

Artur Skoczek – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Energy Yield Prediction of Amorphous Silicon PV Modules Using Full Time Data Series of Irradiance and Temperature for Different Geographical Locations
    , 2011
    Co-Authors: Domenico Chianese, Tomas Cebecauer, Alessandro Virtuani, Artur Skoczek

    Abstract:

    For several reasons, Amorphous Silicon is expected to be the preferred technology for hot climates: low temperature coefficients for maximum power, prevalence of annealing effect over light induced degradation, better matching of the solar spectrum due to air mass effects and smaller fraction of diffused light in comparison to direct one. An empirical method of the energy yield prediction of the Amorphous Silicon technology using full time series of irradiance and temperature for different geographical locations was developed, validated for a roof integrated PV system and a free mounted triple junction Amorphous Silicon Module and simulated for different sites in Europe and Africa.

  • Energy Yield Prediction of Amorphous Silicon PV Modules Using Full Time Data
    , 2011
    Co-Authors: Artur Skoczek, Tomas Cebecauer, Alessandro Virtuani, Domenico Chianese

    Abstract:

    For several reasons, Amorphous Silicon is expected to be the preferred technology for hot climates: low temperature coefficients for maximum power, prevalence of annealing effect over light induced degradation, better matching of the solar spectrum due to air mass effects and smaller fraction of diffused light in comparison to direct one. An empirical method of the energy yield prediction of the Amorphous Silicon technology using full time series of irradiance and temperature for different geographical locations was developed, validated for a roof integrated PV system and a free mounted triple junction Amorphous Silicon Module and simulated for different sites in Europe and Africa.

D. Desmettre – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Evaluation of Amorphous Silicon Module outdoor performances
    Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 1992
    Co-Authors: H. S. Costa, Ph. Ragot, D. Desmettre

    Abstract:

    Abstract A two-year program, called ASILEC, between the French Atomic Energy Commission and the Commission of European Communities was initiated in 1990 to investigate the effects related to stability performance of Amorphous Silicon Modules as a function of time. The on-site tests of Modules operating under normal in-situ conditions are carried out on the CEA-Cadarache test facility in the south of France. The Photovoltaic Group at the Technical Valorisation Laboratory CEA-Cadarache has been assigned the lead responsibility for measuring, identifying, and analysing the quantitative weight of phenomena likely to cause a decrease in performance of a-Si:H Modules under natural sunlight exposure. In this work we present the results of measurements in outdoor conditions of 216 Amorphous Modules commercially available, made by three American and two French manufacturers. Test results of short-term degradation and long-term degradation are analysed.