Solar Power Plant System Sizing


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    Is this correct that lowest space requirement for CPV. Technically, we can say this but practically it has space requirement as good as Thin Films because when we are installing CPV, we must have dual axis tracking. so space requirement increases with dual axis tracking.
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Solar Power Plant System Sizing

  1. 1. SYSTEM DESIGNAF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  2. 2. PLANT DESIGN– Key Issues AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  3. 3. Technology selection AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  4. 4. Technology Selection AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  5. 5. Module selection AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  6. 6. PLANT DESIGN– Common Module Defects AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  7. 7. Excessive or uneven gluemarks on glassAF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  8. 8. Scratch on PV module AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  9. 9. Hot spots AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  10. 10. PLANT DESIGN– Defect Free Modules – Risk Mitigation AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  11. 11. PLANT DESIGN– Common Tests for SPV Modules AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  12. 12. Module Technical Specifications Manufacturer Module Model Nominal Power (PMPP) Power Tolerance Voltage at PMAX (VMPP) Current at PMAX (IMPP) Open Circuit Voltage (VOP) Short Circuit Current (ISC) Maximum System Voltage Module Efficiency Operating Temperature Temperature Coefficient of PMPP Dimensions Module Area Weight Maximum Load Product Warranty Performance GuaranteeAF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  13. 13. PLANT DESIGN –Inverters AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  14. 14. Inverter selection criteria AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  15. 15. Inverter selection AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  16. 16. Inverter specificationsAF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  17. 17. PLANT DESIGN – Mounting StructuresAF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  18. 18. Typical Module mounting structureAF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  19. 19. Site layout  Designing row spacing to reduce inter-row shading and associated shading losses.  Designing the layout to minimise cable runs and associated electrical losses.  Creating access routes and sufficient space between rows to allow movement for maintenance purposes.  Choosing a tilt angle that optimises the annual energy yield according to the latitude of the site and the annual distribution of solar resource.  Orientating the modules to face a direction that yields the maximum annual revenue from power production. In the northernAF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  20. 20. Tilt angle and inter raw spacingAF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  21. 21. DC SystemAF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  22. 22. Electrical system layout AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  23. 23. System monitoring schematicAF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  24. 24. Forecasting system AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  25. 25. Grid Connect Components AF-Mercados EMI FirstGreen
  26. 26. Thank You FirstGreen Consulting Private Limited Gurgaon: 206, Tower B, Millennium Plaza, Sec 27, Gurgaon – 122002, India Tel.: (+91) 124 424 1750 , 9899295854 Fax: (+91) 124 424 1751 Web: Email: sanjayvashishtha@gmail.comAF-Mercados EMI 26 FirstGreen