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OTTI e.V., Renewable Energies (Ed.):
5th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE PV-HYBRID AND MINI-GRID. . 2010.

Ostbayerisches Technologie-Transfer-Institut e.V. (OTTI), Regensburg, , 1. Auflage, 481 Seiten, kartoniert, DIN A5: 210 x 147 mm
ISBN: 978-3-941785-15-1
160.00 EURO

 

5th European Conference PV-Hybrid and Mini-Grid 2010 - OTTI e.V., Renewable Energies (Ed.)

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The OTTI e.V., Renewable Energies, organized the 5th European Conference PV-Hybrid and Mini-Grid in Tarragona, Spain, from 29th until 30th of April 2010. The OTTI e.V., Renewable Energies, belongs to the most respected organizers of symposia, seminares and conferences within the area of renewable energies. The actual proceedings include very interesting manuscripts and poster-presentations. The Chairmen of the Conference were Xavier Vallvé, Trama TechnoAmbiental S.L., Barcelona, Spain, and Gonzalo Piernavieja Izquierdo, Instituto Technológico de Canarias (ITC), Las Palmas, Spain. For it is rather difficult to give a summary of all single contributions, we here only present the main points:

Political - Economical Framework

Overview of IEA PVPS Task 11 PV-Hybrid Systems within Mini Grids - Konrad Mauch, IEA PVPS Task 11, Gabriola, Canada, 5 pages

Legal and Financial Conditions for the Sustainable Operation of Mini-Grids - Guido Glania, Secretary General, Alliance Rural Electrification, Brussels, Belgium, 8 pages

Markets, Socio - Economics and Education

PV-Hybridization of Diesel Electricity Generators: Conditions of Profitability and Examples in Different Power and Storage Size Ranges - Martin Gorn, SCHOTT Solar AG, Alzenau, Germany, 7 pages

Educational Suit of Designing PV-Hybrid Systems - Kenji Otani, AIST, Tsukuba, Japan, 7 pages

Sustainable Renewable Energy Projects for Intelligent Rural Electrification in Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam - Brisa Ortiz, Fraunhofer Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE, Freiburg, Germany, 7 pages

Techno-Economic Feasibility of Energy Supply of Remote Villages in Palestine by PV Systems, Diesel Generators and Electric Grid (Case studies: Emnazeil & Atouf villages) - Ibrik Imad, An-Najah National University, Nablus, Palestine, 7 pages

Technical, Economical and Sustainability Considerations of a Solar PV Mini Grid as a Tool for Rural Electrification in Uganda - Geofrey Bakkabulindi, Makerere University (CREEC), Kampala, Uganda, 9 pages

Components: Storage, Inverters, Backups

Can we rate Inverters for Rural Electrification on the Basis of Energy Efficiency? - Xavier Vallvé, TramaTecnoambiental (TTA), Barcelona, Spain, 7 pages

Test Procedures for MPPT Charge Controllers Characterization - María Camino-Villacorta, Instituto de Energía Solar - UPM, Madrid, Spain, 7 pages

Energy Storage for Mini-Grid Stabilization - Bella Espinar, MINES ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis Cedex, France, 7 pages

Redox Flow Batteries - Already an Alternative Storage Solution for Hybrid PV Mini-Grids? - Matthias Vetter, Fraunhofer Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE, Freiburg, Germany, 9 pages

Systems Technology

Control Methods for PV Hybrid Mini-Grids - Luiz Lopes, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 7 pages

Partial AC-Coupling in Minigrids - Pierre-Olivier Moix, Studer Innotec, Sion, Switzerland, 9 pages

Normative Issues of Small Wind Turbines in PV-Hybrid Systems - Ignacio Cruz, CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain, 12 pages

Communication Solutions for PV-Hybrid Systems - Michael Müller, Steca, Memmingen, Germany, 7 pages

Towards Flexible Control and Communication of Mini-Grids - Daniel Kullmann, Risø National Laboratory, Technical University of Denmark, Roskilde, Denmark, 7 pages

PV/Methanol Fuelcell Hybrid System for Powering a Highway Security Variable Message Board - Mark Vervaart INES/CEA Le Bourget-du-lac, France, 4 pages

Polygeneration Smartgrids: A Solution for the Supply of Electricity, potable Water and Hydrogen as Fuel for Transportation in Remote Areas - George Kyriakarakos, Agricultural University of Athens, Athens, Greece, 7 pages

Implementation of the Bronsbergen Microgrid using FACDS - Jackie Lava, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 9 pages

Simulation, Design and Testing

A revisited Approach for the Design of PV-Wind Hybrid Systems - Luis Arribas, CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain, 7 pages

Optimization of a Wind/Diesel Hybrid Configuration in a Remote Grid with Battery Implementation: Case Study of Melinka Island - Alexandra Romàn, Younicos AG, Berlin, Germany, 7 pages

Provisional Acceptance of Installations and online Data Submission of PV & Hybrid Kits in Remote Areas of Latin-America under the EC's EURO-SOLAR Programme - Jesús Rodríguez, ITER, S.A., Sante Cruz de Tenerife, Spain, 7 pages

Field Experience

Experience of the Canary Islands in the Development of Insular 100% RES Systems and Micro-Grids - Gonzalo Piernavieja, Tecnológico de Canarias (ITC), Canary Islands, Spain, 7 pages

Assessment of Photovoltaic Hybrid Power Systems in the United States - Benjamin Kroposki, National Renewable Energy Lab., Golden, USA, 7 pages

Solar Hybrid School Project in East Malaysia - Wolfgang Fürst, Kombinasi Solar Sdn. Bhd., Selangor, Malaysia, 6 pages

Eigg Island - Electrification of a British Island by a Unique PV-Wind-Hydro-Diesel Hybrid System - Frank Thim, SMA Solar Technology AG, Niestetal, Germany, 7 pages

A Pragmatic Performance Reporting Approach for Describing PV Hybrid Systems within Mini-Grids: Work in Progress from IEA's PVPS Task 11 Act. 31 - Andrew Swingler, Xantrex Technology Inc., Burnaby, Canada, 7 pages

Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems for the Supply of Services in rural Settlements of Mediterranean Partner Countries. The HYRESS Project - The Case Study of the Hybrid System - Microgrid in Egypt - George Papadakis, Agricultural University of Athens, Athens, Greece, 8 pages

Poster Session A
Components: Storage, Inverters, Backups

A1 Performance of Conventional MPPT Techniques in the Presence of Partial Shading - Evagelia Paraskevadaki, National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece, 7 pages

A2 Photovoltaic and Thermal Collector (PV/T) Hybrid System's Performance Analysis under the mild Climate Conditions of Ðzmir City - Dilsad Engin, Ege University Ege Tech., Izmir, Turkey, 7 pages

A3 Influential Parameters on a building integrated Hybrid PVT Concentrator - Daniel Chemisana, University of Lleida, Lleida, Spain, 7 pages

A5 The Solution to Combine and Manage Renewable Energies in Hybrid Applications and Mini Grids - Anne Pieter Haytema, Nedap NV, Groenlo, The Netherlands, 4 pages

A6 Stabilization of Distribution Networks with PV and Vanadium Redox-Battery Backup Systems - Simulation and first Experiences - Christoph Mayr, AIT - Austrian Institute of Technology, Electric Energy Systems (EES), Vienna, Austria, 8 pages

Poster Session B
Systems Technology

B1 Control, Monitoring and Data Acquisition Architecture Design for Clean Production of Hydrogen from Mini-Wind Energy - Sebastián Villarroya, University of Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 7 pages

B3 Effective Combination of Solar and Wind Energy Systems - Yiannis Tripanagnostopoulos, University of Patras, Patras, Greece, 7 pages

B4 Standardisation of Distributed Grid Support - An analogue Approach for the Smart Grid - Gunnar Kaestle, Institute of Electrical Power Engineering, Clausthal University of Technology, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany, 6 pages

B5 Optimizing Energy Management of Decentralized Photovoltaic - Fuel Cell - Direct Storage - Power Supply Units - Thilo Bocklisch, TU Chemnitz, Chemnitz, Germany, 9 pages

Poster Session C
Field Experience

C1 Djungle Power - A More Remote AC Bus - Heinz-Wolfgang Boehnke, Technosol, Jork, Germany, 4 pages

C2 Quality Control Tools Applied to a PV Microgrid in Ecuador - Maria Camino-Villacorta, Instituto de Energía Solar - UPM Madrid, Spain, 7 pages

C3 Integral Evaluation of Energy Supply Systems at Mountain Refuges - Hubert Deubler, Consultant, Marktschellenberg, Germany, 7 pages

C4 Hyress Project: Study Case of Tunisia. Installation, Set-Up and First Results - Jesús Rodríguez, ITER S.A., Sante Cruz de Tenerife, Spain, 4 pages

C5 PV Hybrid Systems on Mountain Huts: The Experience with the Project CAI ENERGIA 2000 - Franco Filippi, E++, Carrú, Italy, 5 pages

C6 Process Management in Zero-Emission Communities: Adaption of Consumption and Production - Petra Schweizer-Ries, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany, 9 pages

Poster Session D
Simulation, Design and Testing

D1 TRNSYS Simulation of a System consisted of PV Panels and H2 Production and Storage to feed a Remote Telecom Application (Hidrosolar_H2) - Guillermo Gómez Prada, INTA, Torrejón de Ardoz, Spain, 7 pages

D2 Photovoltaic Forecasting: A State of the Art - Bella Espinar, MINES ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis Cedex, France, 5 pages

D3 PV*SOL 5.0 standalone - Simulation of a Stand-Alone AC System - Miguel Carrasco, Dr. Valentin EnergieSoftware GmbH, Berlin, Germany, 7 pages

D4 Effect of Wind Speed and Solar Irradiation on the Optimization of a PV-Wind-Battery System to Supply a Telecommunications Station - José L. Bernal-Agustín, Zaragoza University, Zaragoza, Spain, 4 pages

D5 Polysun: PV, Wind and Power-Heat-Cogeneration in one Design Tool - Baptiste Lacoste , Vela Solaris AG, Winterthur, Switzerland, 7 pages

D6 Comparative Study between Distributed and Centralised PV Generation in Island Power Systems under Variable Weather Conditions - Evangelos Rikos, C.R.E.S., Pikermi, Greece, 7 pages

D7 Development of a Test Facility for PV-Wind Hybrid Energy Systems - Mustafa Engin, Ege University Ege Tech., Izmir, Turkey, 5 pages

D8 Evaluation of a Micro PV-Wind Hybrid System in Nordic Climate Conditions - Frank Fiedler, SERC, Borlänge, Sweden, 5 pages

D9 Prismes: The INES Microgrid Platform - Franck Barruel, CEA-INES, Le Bourget du Lac, France, 5 pages

D10 Estimation of Statistical Electric Energy Demand Profiles of non electrified Regions in Northern Brazil - Achim Schreider, Lahmeyer International GmbH, Bad Vilbel, Germany, 8 pages

End of the Conference

Portraits of Sponsors and Exhibitors (35 pages);

Lists of posters an authors - 9 pages;


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