E3S Web Conf.
Volume 216, 2020Rudenko International Conference “Methodological problems in reliability study of large energy systems” (RSES 2020)
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|Published online||14 December 2020|
Networked interactive solar panels over the roof photovoltaic system (PVS) and its cost analysis at Tashkent state technical University
Tashkent State Technical University, Uzbekistan, 100095, Tashkent, University St., 2.
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There is great potential for generating solar energy using unused space on roofs and vacant lots around buildings. Small amounts of energy generated by each individual household, industrial building, commercial building, or any other type of building can be used to partially meet the needs of the building's residents, and the surplus, if any, can be fed to the grid. To use the existing roof space of buildings, SPV systems on the roof of buildings can be installed to replace DG generators installed to provide the minimum load required to operate during load shedding. TSTU has a large unused roof area from both residential and office buildings. Therefore, it has a huge potential for generating solar energy by installing a grid-connected Solar system on the roof. We can reduce a large amount of bills by implementing a solar power plant. The government has also launched various solar energy incentive schemes, this article provides a brief overview of rooftop photovoltaic and small-scale solar generation systems, and discusses various government schemes. Since TSTU has a large scope for this scheme, so the calculation of the design capacity was made for the technological College and one residential building. A method has been developed for calculating the capacity of Autonomous solar power plants and its elements, which allows us to take into account changes in the load during the day and thereby accurately determine the required capacity of the battery and eliminate unjustified overestimation of the power of power plant elements and increase the cost of the Autonomous solar power plant itself.
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