Estimation of loads for off-grid solar photovoltaic systems

Mustafa Yaseen Abdulateef, Mohammed Hasan Ali, Maher Alwan Hussen

Abstract


Solar power is a renewable energy technology that turns sunlight into electricity using solar panels. The generated electricity can be stored or utilized immediately, returned to the grid, or combined with a renewable electricity source or several renewable technologies solar energy systems are a supply that is both dependable and environmentally friendly of energy that may be used for a range of applications, including commercial, industry, farming, and livestock needs. The system requires practically no maintenance, making it perfect for isolated locations. The near-zero operating costs outweigh the initial hefty installation costs. When evaluated at an ambient temperature of 25°C, a typical photovoltaic (PV) module outputs power with a maximum output voltage of roughly 17V. However, on a very warm day, it can drop to around 15V, and on a very freezing day, it can drop to around 15V, it can soar to 18V.

Keywords


Estimation load; Off grid photovoltaic; Solar technology

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijpeds.v13.i2.pp%25p

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