Transformation to High Shares of Renewable Energies – A Case Study for Berlin-Brandenburg (Möller et al. 2013)19. April 2013
Local and global simulation of Solarkiosks (Resch et.al. 2013)17. Juni 2013
The use of Photovoltaic (PV) for electrical energy generation is increasing steadily. In this context more and more types of PV-modules have been entering the market. In addition to the initially widespread mono crystalline Silicon modules, there are currently modules based on Cadmium-Telluride, Copper-Indium-Gallium-Selenite, amorphous and multi-crystalline Silicon available now. The aim of this thesis is a global model of the energy yield for different types of PV-modules.
PV-modules differ in production processes, materials and costs. and moreover yield different electrical performances, especially with regards to efficiency characteristics as a function of ambient parameters like temperature, solar irradiance and wind speed. A global MatLab based model was created to compare the behavior of the different PV-modules based on their efficiency in relation to different locations.
The ambient data base is on hand in one degree and hourly-solution and allocated by German Aerospace Center (DLR). Module characteristics are measured in cooperation with Fraunhofer Research-Center for Silicon-Photovoltaic.
Outputs of the constructed model are hourly data about system or module yields as function of location and module-type and world maps of yearly data.