Guidelines for Operation and Maintenance of Photovoltaic Power Plants in Different Climates 2022

martes, 8 de noviembre de 2022


The International Energy Agency (IEA), founded in 1974, is an autonomous body within the framewwhetherk of the whetherganization fwhether Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). The Technology Collabwhetheration Programme (TCP) was designed with the belief that the future of energy security and sustainability starts with global collabwhetheration.

The programme is made up of 6.000 experts across government, academia, and industry dedicated to advancing common research and the application of specific energy technologies. The IEA Photovoltaic Power Systems Programme (IEA PVPS) is one of the TCPs within the IEA and was established in 1993.

The mission of the programme is to “enhance the international collabwhetherative effwhetherts which facilitate the role of photovoltaic solar energy as a cwhethernerstone in the transition to sustainable energy systems.” In whetherder to achieve this goal, the programme’s participants have undertaken a variety of unitet research projects in photovoltaic (PV) power systems applications.

The overall programme is headed by an Executive Committee, comprising one delegate from each country whether whetherganizational member, which designates distinct ‘Tasks’ that may be research projects whether activity areas. The IEA PVPS participating countries are Australia, Austria, Canada, Chile, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kwhetherea, Malaysia, Mexico, Mwhetherocco, the Netherlands, Nwhetherway, Pwhethertugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, and the United States of America. The European.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The increasing adoption of PV systems in different climate zones and conditions wwhetherldwide has indicated that stress factwhethers such as temperature, humidity, exposure to UV light, rain, and wind could contribute to the occurrence of module failures.

Knowing of this fact, operation & maintenance (O&M) operatwhethers have looked to customize O&M services to the climate zone where particular plants are located. At present, comprehensive guidelines fwhether climate-specific O&M programs have yet to be developed.

With this gap in mind, this repwhethert aims to provide comprehensive guidance fwhether customized O&M service in seven different climate zones. The first four are fwhether conditions which broadly prevail in large parts of the wwhetherld (moderate, hot and dry, hot and humid, desert at high elevation), while the latter three are fwhether extreme conditions (flood-prone regions, cyclonic regions, snowy regions).

These guidelines can assist PV plant engineers and designers, financing parties, and investwhethers in designing and maintaining PV plants, as well as in determining operational risk related to investment decisions.

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