EU PVSEC Programme Online
EU PVSEC 2019, 9 - 13 September 2019, Marseille
Session: 5CV.3 Solar Resource and Forecasting / Design and Installation of PV Systems / Storage / Concentrators and PV for Space Applications
Type: Visual
Date: Wednesday, 11th September 2019
15:15 - 16:45
Location / Room: Marseille Chanot Convention and Exhibition Centre, Garden Level / Poster Area
Chairperson(s): F. Dolci, European Commission JRC, Petten, Netherlands
Event: Conference Conference
Type(s) of Access:  Conference Registration
Topic: 5. PV Systems and Storage – Modelling, Design, Operation and Performance
Presentations:
5CV.3.1 A Comparison of Two Models for the Separation of Direct and Diffuse Irradiance in Plane of Array
D.E. Guzman Razo, Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany
5CV.3.3 Spectroradiometer Comparison under Outdoor DNI and Indoor High-Power AM0-Like Conditions
R. Galleano, European Commission JRC, Ispra, Italy
5CV.3.6 Improving Solar Irradiance Forecast Using Ensemble Method in French Guiana
M. Salloum, University of French Guiana, Cayenne, French Guiana
5CV.3.7 BQC: A Website to Quality Control Solar Radiation Measurements with Satellite-Based and Reanalysis Databases
A.M. Gracia Amillo, European Commission JRC, Ispra, Italy
5CV.3.8 Best Practices for Solar Resource Assessment: A Reliable Maintenance, Calibration and Traceability Procedures
A. Amar, MASEN, Rabat, Morocco
5CV.3.9 Insight from a Detailed Comparison between the Solar Irradiance Measured in the North of France, and Its Satellite-Based and Simulation-Based Estimates
N. Ferlay, University of Lille, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France
5CV.3.10 Field Evaluation of Mars™ Optical Soiling Sensor
M. Gostein, Atonometrics, Austin, USA
5CV.3.11 Intra-Day Solar Irradiance Forecasting for PV Power Generation Utilising Machine Learning Models
S. Theocharides, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus
5CV.3.12 Uncertainty Estimation of Deterministic Solar Irradiance Forecasts for Microgrid Energy Management Using the Analogs Ensemble Method
F. Calderon-Obaldia, GeePs, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
5CV.3.13 Influence of Cloud Cover on Power Fluctuations of Photovoltaic Systems
L. Visser, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands
5CV.3.14 Photovoltaic Power Forecasting with Ensemble of Learners: Large Test Case from PV Plants in Italy, Zambia and Australia
C. Lanzetta, I-EM, Livorno, Italy
5CV.3.15 Supporting the Global Growth of PV: An International Collaborative to Improve Data Quality and Minimize Measurement Uncertainty
L. Burnham, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, USA
5CV.3.16 Physical and Statistical Solar Power Forecasting for an Arbitrary Oriented Panel
N. Boyouk, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany
5CV.3.17 Evaluation of Mars™ Optical Soiling Sensor at a Commercial-Scale PV Power Plant
M. Gostein, Atonometrics, Austin, USA
5CV.3.18 Fast Physical Radiative Transfer Code to Compute Solar Radiation Effectively Collected by a Photovoltaïc Panel
E. Thierry, HYGEOS, Lille, France
5CV.3.19 Comparative Study of the Photovoltaic Productivity of the Three Silicon Technologies in Ouarzazate City
Y. Darmane, University Ibn Zohr, Ouarzazate, Morocco
5CV.3.30 Practical Comparison between View Factor Method and Ray-Tracing Method for Bifacial PV System Yield Prediction
J. Kang, Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany
5CV.3.31 A Comparison of Ray Tracing and View Factor Simulations of Locally Resolved Rear Irradiance with the Experimental Values
D. Berrian, ISC Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany
5CV.3.32 Bifacial Performance Optimization Studies Using Bifacial Radiance and High Performance Computing
J.S. Stein, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, USA
5CV.3.33 Analysis of Bifacial PV System Energy Performance and Module Mismatch Depending on Atmospheric Environment and System Installation Condition
J. Jang, Korea Polytechnic University, Siheung, Korea, Republic of
5CV.3.34 An Empirical Model for Assessing the Bifacial Energy Gain (BEG) of PV Modules
C.A. Gueymard, Solar Consulting, Colebrook, USA
5CV.3.35 A Ray-Tracing Based 3D Tool for Accurate Prediction of PV Plants Yield
M. Chiodetti, EDF R&D, Moret-sur-Loing, France
5CV.3.36 Explicit Model Based on Approximated I-V Curves for Partial Shading Modelling of Photovoltaic Systems
M. Dallapiccola, Eurac Research, Bolzano, Italy
5CV.3.38 Study of PV Systems for Self-Consumption at the UPC
S. Silvestre, UPC, Barcelona, Spain
5CV.3.40 A Comparative Study between Classical and Linear PV Power Plant Architectures
T. Le, CEA, Le Bourget du Lac, France
5CV.3.41 Designing PV Systems below 50 cents/Wp
G.J. Schaeffer, Dutch Solar Energy, Tilburg, Netherlands
5CV.3.43 Benefits of Adapted PV Module Interconnection Layouts for Mobile Applications - Simulation Results and Outdoor Solar Yield Measurements
H. Hanifi, Fraunhofer CSP, Halle (Saale), Germany
5CV.3.44 DC- Versus AC-Based Power Systems for Cost-Effective Electrification of Rural Sub-Saharan Africa
N. Opiyo, Ulster University, Londonderry, United Kingdom
5CV.3.51 Fight Global Warming with Solar Energy + Multi-Storage Resilient Island Nano-Grid Smart Home/Building
J. Borland, J.O.B. Technologies, Aiea, USA
5CV.3.52 Legal, Technical and Operational Feedback from a PV System with Storage for Self-Consumption Installed in France
N. Lebert, HESPUL, Lyon, France
5CV.3.53 Techno-Economic Analysis and Battery Storage Placement in Grid-Connected Photovoltaic (PV) System
J.Z. Tee, University of Glasgow, Singapore, Singapore
5CV.3.54 Diagnosis and Prognosis of Li-Ion Battery State-Of-Health Based On Electrode Potential Shifts
J.-L. Koné, CEA, Le Bourget du Lac, France
5CV.3.55 Simulation of Grid-Tied PV Systems with Battery Storage in PVsyst
B. Wittmer, PVsyst, Satigny, Switzerland
5CV.3.56 Grid Flexible Solar: Unlocking Solar’s Full Potential
M. Morjaria, First Solar, Scottsdale, USA
5CV.3.57 Parallel Operation of Battery-Based Storage Systemsin Applications to Low-Voltage Nanogrids
Y.-Y. Tzou, NCTU, Hsinchu, Taiwan
5CV.3.58 CO2 UPHES (Underground Pumped-Hydro Energy Storage) in LRC (Lined Rock Cavern) as Short/Medium-Duration Storage, as Efficient Heat Pump, Alternatively as Long-Duration Storage When Used as Hybrid PTES (Pumped Thermal Electricity Storage)
P. Lalanne, HydroClapeyron, Dinard, France
5CV.3.62 Electron and Proton Irradiation of GaAs Solar Cells
N. Gruginskie, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands
5CV.3.64 MicroFlex: Optical Modeling and Characterization of PseudoMorphic Glass (PMG)
A. Bermudez Garcia, CEA, Grenoble, France
5CV.3.65 Modelling the Efficiency of Solar Cells for Concentrating Photovoltaic and Thermal Systems
R.R. Vardanyan, National Polytechnic University of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia
5CV.3.66 CPV-T Receiver Concepts with Spectral Splitting
A. Resch, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Wels, Austria
5CV.3.67 “Current Pinching” Effect in Multijunction Solar Cells
S.V. Pushko, JSC Kvant, Moscow, Russian Federation
5CV.3.68 High-Efficiency Planar Micro-Tracking Photovoltaic Modules with Hybrid Direct/Diffuse Light Collection for Rooftop Installations
G. Nardin, Insolight, Ecublens, Switzerland