EU PVSEC Programme Online
35th EU PVSEC 2018, 24 - 28 September 2018, Brussels
Session: 6BV.1 Solar Resource and Forecasting/Building,Infrastructure,Landscape and other Applications of PV/Grid and Energy System Integration
Type: Visual
Date: Tuesday, 25th September 2018
08:30 - 10:00
Location / Room: SQUARE - Brussels Meeting Centre Level -2 / Grand Hall
Chairperson(s): W.G.J.H.M. van Sark, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands
I. Weiss, WIP Renewable Energies, München, Germany
Event: Conference Conference
Type(s) of Access:  Conference Registration
Topic: 6. PV Systems - Performance, Applications and Integration
Presentations:
6BV.1.1 Improvement of Accuracy and Precision of Spectral Irradiance Measurements in Annual Spectroradiometer Intercomparison
M. Halwachs, AIT, Vienna, Austria
6BV.1.2 Studying the Impact of Spectral Irradiance Variation on the Outdoor Performance of PV Modules in the UAE
A. Alnuaimi, DEWA, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
6BV.1.3 Development and Industrialization of a Handy and Portable Irradiation Sensor Measuring Global, Diffuse, and Direct Solar Irradiation with no Need for Sun Tracking Systems or Moving Parts
A. Rossi, Alitec, Cascina, Italy
6BV.1.4 Validation of the Meteonorm Satellite Irradiation Dataset
S.C. Müller, Meteotest, Bern, Switzerland
6BV.1.5 Satellite and Numerical Weather Model Radiation Data Compared to Surface Measurements
M. Bührer, meteoblue, Basel, Switzerland
6BV.1.6 Assessment of Error Sources in the Modeling of POA Irradiance under Clear-Sky Conditions
M. Sengupta, NREL, Golden, USA
6BV.1.7 IEA PVPS Task 16 and IEA SolarPACES V: State of the Project
J. Remund, Meteotest, Bern, Switzerland
6BV.1.9 Short-Term Solar Irradiance Forecasting Based on Sunshine Number
M. Paulescu, West University of Timisoara, Timisoara, Romania
6BV.1.11 Impact of Rapid Changes in Solar Irradiance on Large PV Installations
F. Kuonen, BUAS, Burgdorf, Switzerland
6BV.1.13 Machine Learning Techniques for Forecasting Single-Site PV Production
M. Boegli, CSEM, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
6BV.1.14 A Hybrid Solar Radiation Forecasting Based on Data Mining and Wavelet Analysis
R. Kumar, IIT Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India
6BV.1.16 Simplified Model for Solar Energy Potential Estimation in Urban Environments
A. Calcabrini, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands
6BV.1.17 Optimisation of Physical Based Ray-Tracing Model for PV Plants Simulation
G. Tourasse, KiloWattsol, Lyon, France
6BV.1.18 Analysis of Albedo Irradiance in the Context of Bifacial Photovoltaics Potential Utilising Multiband (Spectrally Resolved) Satellite Imagery
I.R. Cole, Loughborough University, Loughborough, United Kingdom
6BV.1.19 Study of Electric Energy Complementarity in the Generation of Electric Power in Colombia
D.J. Rodriguez Patarroyo, District University of Bogotá, Bogotá, Colombia
6BV.1.20 Experimental Comparison of Maximum Power Estimators for a Single Unit Photovoltaic Plant
E. Scolari, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
6BV.1.21 Comparison of Four Numerical Weather Prediction Models Solar Radiation Forecasts in French Guiana
M. Diallo, University of French Guiana, Cayenne, France
6BV.1.22 Comparison of Irradiance Forecasting Methods Applied for Building Solar Energy Estimation
V. Martinek, CTU, Bustehrad, Czech Republic
6BV.1.25 Really Building with BIPV - Putting the Foundation in Place for a Successful Dutch BIPV Sector (The ‘Werkelijk Bouwen aan BIPV’ Project)
A. De Vries, Stichting Monitoring Zonnestroom, Utrecht, Netherlands
6BV.1.26 Energy Performance Evaluation of a Photovoltaic Window
F. Serrano-Casares, UMA, Málaga, Spain
6BV.1.27 Beyond Watt per Module and Costs per Watt – New Weight Related Parameters for Photovoltaic Modules
S. Schindler, Fraunhofer CSP, Halle (Saale), Germany
6BV.1.29 In-Situ Performance Evaluation and Prediction of BIPV Systems Using Normalized Efficiency
C.-S. Lee, Hanbat National University, Yuseong-gu, Korea, Republic of
6BV.1.31 Evaluation of Thermal Properties for BIPV in Façade
H. Ishii, LIXIL, Tokyo, Japan
6BV.1.32 Comparative Performance Measurements of Identical BIPV-Elements in Different Climatic Environments - A Round Robin Action within the IEA PVPS Task 15 Collaboration
P. Illich, UAS Technikum Vienna, Vienna, Austria
6BV.1.33 Light Attenuation Model to Predict Nominal Power of Modules with Light-Scattering Ceramic Printed Front Glasses
C. Kutter, Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany
6BV.1.34 Analysis of Power Generation Performance for Design Elements of BIPV System through Mock-Up Demonstration
S. Lee, KCL, Jincheon-gun, Korea, Republic of
6BV.1.36 Research Project CIGS-Façade: PV Façades - Chances and Limits
D. Geyer, ZSW, Stuttgart, Germany
6BV.1.38 Optimized Orientation and Proportion of Transparent Components Based on the Least Annual Heat Demand
A. Rahmani, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
6BV.1.39 Comparison of the Electrical and Thermal Performance of Double Skin Façade and Insulating Glazing Unit Integrating Semi-Transparent Photovoltaics
Z. Ioannidis, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
6BV.1.40 Using the Hot Air under a Building Integrated PV Roof in Combination with a Ventilation Heat Pump to Realise Energy Efficient Dwellings
C. de Keizer, SEAC, Eindhoven, Netherlands
6BV.1.41 Finding the Most Suitable PV Technology for a ZigZag-Structured PV Façade in NW-Europe
R.M.E. Valckenborg, SEAC, Eindhoven, Netherlands
6BV.1.42 High Quality Solutions of Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) – Results of the World Wide Competition in 2017
G. Becker, SeV Bavaria, Munich, Germany
6BV.1.44 Experimental Study on BIPV Module during Power Generation Exposed to Fire
H. Ishii, LIXIL, Tokyo, Japan
6BV.1.45 The Use of Photovoltaic Technologies in the Built Environment: Open Issues and Research Perspectives
A. Scognamiglio, ENEA, Portici, Italy
6BV.1.46 Results of PVOPTI-Ray Project: Optimisation of Reflecting Materials and Photovoltaic Yield in an Urban Context
S. Zamini, AIT, Vienna, Austria
6BV.1.47 Performance Assessment of Floating PV Systems in Central Europe
K. Sinapis, SEAC, Eindhoven, Netherlands
6BV.1.48 Experimental Performance of a Curtain Wall BIPV Element under Realistic Boundary Conditions
J. Lehmann, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
6BV.1.49 Method for the Analysis of Technical and Economic Feasibility of Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Systems Integrated on Building Façades
I. Custódio, UFSC, Florianópolis, Brazil
6BV.1.50 Feedback on the Performance Monitoring of a Rooftop BIPV Installation
P. Thony, CEA, Le Bourget du Lac, France
6BV.1.51 Higher Energy Efficient Facades with Solar Energy
S. Naderi, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
6BV.1.53 The Integration of Photovoltaics System and an Electric Battery in a Tertiary Building at RABAT to Slash the Annual Electricity Bill by 46%
S. Idrissi Kaitouni, IRESEN, Rabat, Morocco
6BV.1.54 Solar Decathlon AFRICA: An In-Depth Outlook on the Participating Prototype Net-Zero-Energy Houses
A. Benlarabi, IRESEN, Rabat, Morocco
6BV.1.57 Power Generation of Rooftop PV System Considering Partial Shading and Sand Dust Effect in a Kuwaiti Houses
J. Park, Korea Conformity Laboratories, Cheongju, Korea, Republic of
6BV.1.58 Laminated Textiles Enabling Custom Appearance of Building Integrated Photovoltaic Modules
T. Gewohn, ISFH, Emmerthal, Germany
6BV.1.59 Transmissivity and Aesthetics of Optically Uncoupled Glasses for the Application in a PVT Roof Tile
N. Reiners, Cologne University of Applied Sciences, Cologne, Germany et al.
6BV.1.62 PV Beyond Electricity, Heat Pumps Hybridization for a Multiplicative Effect towards NZEB
J.M. Vega de Seoane, TECNALIA, Donostia, Spain
6BV.1.63 Storage Management of Shared PV-Battery-Systems in Multi-Apartment Buildings
P. Rechberger, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Wels, Austria
6BV.1.64 Use and Benefits of the Combination of PV and Meteorological Networks
P. Rechberger, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Wels, Austria
6BV.1.65 The Possible Role of PV in the Future Power Supply of the Faroe Islands
I.P. Custódio, UFSC, Florianópolis, Brazil
6BV.1.66 Modelling Different PV-Based Communal Grids Architectures for Rural Developing Communities
N. Nixon Opiyo, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
6BV.1.67 SimZukunft: Studies about Integrating a Large Amount of PV into the Grid of a Small Swiss Town
N. Pflugradt, BUAS, Burgdorf, Switzerland
6BV.1.68 Modelling Control Methods for PV-Based Communal Grids with Different Line Resistances and Impedances
N. Nixon Opiyo, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
6BV.1.69 Study of Approaches to the Creation of a Stand-Alone Microgrid on the Basis of Renewable Energy Sources for Guaranteed Power Supply of Small Settlements
S.M. Karabanov, Solar Consult, Ryazan, Russian Federation
6BV.1.70 Performance of a 40 kWp PV Irrigation Demonstrator Combining Variable and Constant Pressure Pumping
I.A. Barata Carrêlo, UPM, Madrid, Spain
6BV.1.71 Main Final Results of MASLOWATEN – The H2020 Project for the Market Uptake of Large Power PV Irrigation Systems
R.H. Almeida, UPM, Madrid, Spain
6BV.1.72 Energy Management of Combined PV, Storage and HP-Systems Using Forecasts and Variable Tariffs
P. Rechberger, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Wels, Austria
6BV.1.74 Experimental Evaluation of the Integration of Microgrids Supplied by Hybrid Energy Sources
J. Tavares Pinho, UFPA, Belém, Brazil
6BV.1.75 The Development and Test of the PV Concentrator System with Electrical and Thermal Output
A. Yurchenko, Tomsk Politechnical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation
6BV.1.76 Innovative Solar Spectral Beam Splitting Concepts: Alternative Fuels Production
G. Mittelman, Agricultural Research Organization, Rishon LeZion, Israel
6BV.1.77 Optimal Energy Management in Microgrid Using a Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm
M. Ait Benali, Cadi Ayyad University, Marrakech, Morocco
6BV.1.78 Automatic Topology Identification for Energy Load Management in Electro Mobility Charging Applications to Increase Share of Local Renewables
P. Klement, DLR, Oldenburg, Germany
6BV.1.80 Computational Diagnostics of Regional Photovoltaic Smoothing Potential for Composite Orientations and Configurations
N. Riaz, Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland
6BV.1.81 High Gain Bi-Directional DC-DC Converter for Battery Charging Applications Interligated to a DC Nanogrid for Residencial Prosumer
F. Queiroz, UFC, Fortaleza, Brazil
6BV.1.83 Implementation of a Grid-Friendly Control Strategy in a Solar Net-Zero Energy Residential Building
R. Dumoulin, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
6BV.1.84 Smart Control of a Grid Connected PV Power Plant - Tunisian Electrical Grid Case Study
K. Mansouri, University of Gabes, Gabes, Tunisia