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REPORT TO CLARIFY TO CESC THE SIMULATION VARIABLES AND CONCEPTS USED IN CYMI OFFER 13.10.0021

REPORT TO CLARIFY TO CESC THE SIMULATION VARIABLES AND CONCEPTS

USED IN CYMI OFFER 13.10.0021 (PVSYST)

1/09/2010

INDEX 1. DEFINITIONS: 3 2. PVSYST DATA 6 3. DIAGRAM OF FLUXES OF ENERGY 7

INDEX

1. DEFINITIONS:

3

2. PVSYST DATA

6

3. DIAGRAM OF FLUXES OF ENERGY

7

4. PERFORMANCE RATIO: Calculation

9

ANNEX:

PVSYST SIMULATION: 1.05 MW

1. DEFINITIONS: Bellow there are the main variables used by PVSYST in the simulation (the

1. DEFINITIONS:

Bellow there are the main variables used by PVSYST in the simulation (the definitions have been obtained from PVSYST and internet):

- Irradiance vs. Irradiation:

Irradiance (sunlight intensity or power) the radiation received in a surface of a square meter in a second (W/m2). The irradiation (energy) determines the radiation received in a surface of a square meter during one hour (Wh/m2)

- Global Horizontal irradiation:

The radiation reaching the earth's surface can be represented in a number of different ways. Global Horizontal Irradiation (GHI) is the total amount of shortwave radiation received from above by a surface horizontal to the ground. This value is of particular interest to photovoltaic installations and includes both Direct Normal Irradiation (DNI) and Diffuse Horizontal Irradiation (DIF).

(kWh/m2/year)

- Incident global irradiation in the collector plane:

It is the incident global irradiation received by a collector plane.

- Near Shading factor

Near shadings factor on global = GlobShd / GlobInc. It includes the losses produced by the shadings of the elements located around the photovoltaic module

- IAM factor

The incidence effect (the designated term is IAM, for "Incidence Angle Modifier") corresponds to the weakening of the irradiation really reaching the PV cells's surface, with respect to irradiation under normal incidence.

- and bo = the standard calculated value by PVSYST for PV modules is 0.05.

(in PVSYS) FIAM

=

1

bo · (1/cos i - 1),

with i = incidence angle on the plane,

- Effective irradiance on collector plane:

It is the energy that arrives to the collector plane after consider the near shading factor and the IAM.

- Efficiency of cell at STC

The efficiency of the cell at STC is the parameter which compares the energy produced

by the module with the STC.

- Irradiance losses It is the losses produced when the irradiance is lower than 1000

- Irradiance losses

It is the losses produced when the irradiance is lower than 1000 W/m2 (STC). The behaviour of a crystalline PV module is showed in the graphs of "Efficiency vs. Irradiance". It is possible to see by mean of the graphic that the efficiency decreases for lower irradiances.

- Thermal losses

The thermal behaviour of the field influences the electrical performances. It is determined by a thermal balance between ambient temperature and cell's heating up due to incident irradiation.

- Ohmic wiring losses

The wiring ohmic resistance induces losses ( R · I² ) between the power available from the modules and that at the terminals of the array. These losses can be characterised by just one parameter R defined for the global array

- Module quality loss

It is well-known that most of PV modules series don't match the manufacturer nominal specifications. Up to now, this was one of the greater uncertainties in the PV system performance evaluation.

Now, with "guaranteed" power assertions and increasing availability of independent expertises, the situation seems going toward some clarification. Module series are sold with a given tolerance, and actual powers usually lie under the nominal specified power, but stay in the tolerance.

- Mismatch losses

Losses due to "mismatch" are related to the fact that the real modules in the array do not rigorously present the same I/V characteristics.

- STC: Standard Test Conditions

It is laboratory test conditions. STC includes three factors:

1.

Irradiance (sunlight intensity or power), in Watts per square meter falling on a flat surface. The measurement standard is 1 kW per sq. m. (1,000 Watts/m2)

2.

Air Mass refers to “thickness” and clarity of the air through which the sunlight passes to reach the modules (sun angle affects this value). The standard is 1.5.

3.

Cell temperature, which will differ from ambient air temperature. STC defines cell testing temperature as 25 degrees C.

- Nominal Operating Cell Temperature (NOCT): The estimated temperature of a solar PV module when

- Nominal Operating Cell Temperature (NOCT): The estimated temperature of a solar PV module when it is operating under 800 W/m2 irradiance, 20°C ambient temperature and a wind speed of 1 meter per second. NOCT is used to estimate the nominal operating temperature of a module in the field.

- MPP: maximum power point:

PV cells have a single operating point where the values of the current (I) and Voltage (V) of the cell result in a maximum power output. These values correspond to a particular load resistance, which is equal to V/I as specified by Ohm's Law. A PV cell has an exponential relationship between current and voltage, and the maximum power point (MPP) occurs at the knee of the curve, where the resistance is equal to the negative of the differential resistance (V/I = -dV/dI)

-Performance Ratio

This is a quantity, defined namely by the European Communities (JRC/Ispra), which represents the ratio of the effectively produced (used) energy, with respect to the energy which would be produced by a "perfect" system continuously operating at STC under same irradiance (Incident Global in the plane). The PR includes the array losses (Shadings, PV conversion, mismatch, wiring, etc) and the system losses (inverter efficiency). Unlike the "Specific energy production" indicator, expressed in [kWh/kWp/year], this is not directly dependent on the meteo input or plane orientation, allowing the comparison of system quality between installations in different locations and orientations.

2. PVSYST DATA

2. PVSYST DATA

2. PVSYST DATA
2. PVSYST DATA
3. DIAGRAM OF FLUXES OF ENERGY Note: The indicated below are not exactly in the

3. DIAGRAM OF FLUXES OF ENERGY

Note: The indicated below are not exactly in the calculations due to the decimals.

A ) For 1 m2 d’apperture

Global Horizontal Irradiation (kWh/m2/year)

GlobHor = 1,905.8 kWh/m2/year

FTransp= +7.3% (transposition factor)

(Tilt=20º)

Incident global irradiation in the collector plane (kWh/m2/year)

(Tilt=20º)

GlobInc= 2,045.7 kWh/m2/year

Near shading losses = - 2 %

IAM losses = - 2,8 %

"Effective" global irradiation in the collector plane corrected for IAM and shadings simultaneously (kWh/m2/year)

GlobEff = 1,947.7 kWh/m2/year

B) For 1,05 MW of power installed "Effective" global irradiation in the installation (kWh/year) GlobEffirr_inst

B) For 1,05 MW of power installed

"Effective" global irradiation in the installation (kWh/year)

GlobEffirr_inst = Globm2 · GlobEff = 8,217 · 1,947.7 = 16,004,251 kWh/year Globm2 = Area of module · nº modules

GlobEffirr_inst = 16,004,251 kWh/year

η

=

12.8 %

Global virtual energy cells output (kWh/year)

2,054,231 kWh/year

Irradiance Losses = - 3.6 % Temperature Losses = -9.2 % Array Soiling loss = -0.5 % Module Quality Losses = - 3.2 % Module array mismatch Losses = -2.2 % Ohmic wiring Losses = -2 %

Global virtual array output (kWh/year) 1,658,828 kWh/year

Inverter losses = - 2.8 %% Global virtual array output (kWh/year) 1,658,828 kWh/year Available Energy at Inverter Output without transformer

Available Energy at Inverter Output without transformer (kWh/year) 1,612,294 kWh/year

Normalized System Production (kWh/(KWp·year)) Yf = EoutInv/PowerPeak = 1,612,294 / 1,048 = 1,538

Yf = 1,538 kWh/(KWp·year)

4. PERFORMANCE RATIO: Calculation Yr Reference Incident Energy in collector plane = GlobInc [kWh/(m²·year)] in

4. PERFORMANCE RATIO: Calculation

Yr

Reference Incident Energy in collector plane = GlobInc [kWh/(m²·year)] in STC

Yf

Normalized System Production = EOutInv [kWh/(kWp·year)]

PR = Yf/Yr

Yr = GlobInc (calculated in 3.a) = 2,045.7 Yf = (calculated in 3.b) = 1,538 PR = 75.2 %

Note: The performance ratio is a dimensionless coefficient ( 1 m2 = 1 kWp in STC )

ANNEX: PVSYST SIMULATION: 1.05 MW

ANNEX:

PVSYST SIMULATION: 1.05 MW

PVSYST V4.37

 

02/09/10

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Grid-Connected System: Simulation parameters

 

Project :

Gajner

Geographical Site

 

Gajner

Country

India

Situation Time defined as

Latitude

27.9°N

Longitude

73.0°E

 

Legal Time

Time zone UT+6

Altitude

232 m

 

Albedo

0.20

Meteo data :

Gajner , synthetic hourly data

 

Simulation variant :

Gajner Policristalino 1,05 MWp

 
 

Simulation date

02/09/10 11h35

Simulation parameters

 

Collector Plane Orientation

 

Tilt

20°

Azimuth

 

Horizon

Free Horizon

Near Shadings

according to module

 

PV Array Characteristics

 

PV module

Si-poly

Model

XL24195

 

Manufacturer

XL TELECOM & ENERGY LIMITED

 

Number of PV modules Total number of PV modules Array global power Array operating characteristics (50°C) Total area

In series

24 modules

In parallel Unit Nom. Power At operating cond. I m pp

 

224 strings 195 Wp 945 kWp (50°C) 1648 A

Nb. modules

5376

Nominal (STC)

1048 kWp

U mpp

574 V

Module area

8217 m²

PV Array loss factors Heat Loss Factor

 

ko (const)

29.0 W/m²K

kv (wind)

0.0 W/m²K / m/s 45 °C 3.0 % at STC 0.1 % at STC 0.5 % 3.0 % 2.0 % at MPP

=> Nominal Oper. Coll. Temp. (800 W/m², Tamb=20°C, wind 1 m/s)

NOCT

Wiring Ohmic Loss

 

Global array res.

11.4 mOhm

Loss Fraction

Serie Diode Loss Array Soiling Losses Module Quality Loss Module Mismatch Losses Incidence effect, ASHRAE parametrization

Voltage Drop

0.7 V

Loss Fraction

 

Loss Fraction

Loss Fraction

Loss Fraction

IAM =

1-bo (1/cos i - 1)

bo Parameter

0.05

System Parameter

 

System type

Grid-Connected System

 

Inverter

Model

JEMA IF 1000KW Data sheet 410-850 V

 

Manufacturer

Inverter Characteristics

Operating Voltage

Unit Nom. Power

1000 kW AC

User's needs :

Unlimited load (grid)

 
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Grid-Connected System: Near shading definition
Project :
Simulation variant :
Gajner
Gajner Policristalino 1,05 MWp
Main system parameters
Near Shadings
PV Field Orientation
PV modules
PV Array
Inverter
User's needs
System type
Grid-Connected
according to module
tilt
Model
20°
azimuth
XL24195
Pnom
Nb. of modules
Model
Unlimited load (grid)
5376
Pnom total
JEMA IF 1000KW
Pnom
195 Wp
1048 kWp
1000 kW ac
Perspective of the PV-field and surrounding shading scene
Zenith
East
West
South
Iso-shadings diagram
Gajner: 1,1MW 8.5 m_xltelenergy
Beam shading factor (according to module) : Iso-shadings curves
90
Shading loss: 1 %
Shading loss: 5 %
Shading loss: 10 %
Shading loss: 20 %
Shading loss: 40 %
Attenuation for diffuse: 0.969
13h
1: 22 june
and albedo: 0.292
1
2: 22 may - 23 july
2
14h
3: 20 apr - 23 aug
4: 20 mar - 23 sep
5: 21 feb - 23 oct
12h
75
3
6: 19 jan - 22 nov
7: 22 december
15h
11h
4
60
16h
5
10h
45
6
17h
7
9h
30
18h
8h
15
19h
7h
Behind
Behind
the plane
the plane
0
-120
-90
-60
-30
0
30
60
90
120
Azimuth [°]
Sun height [°]
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PVSYST V4.37
02/09/10
Page 3/4
Grid-Connected System: Main results
Project :
Simulation variant :
Gajner
Gajner Policristalino 1,05 MWp
Main system parameters
Near Shadings
PV Field Orientation
PV modules
PV Array
Inverter
User's needs
System type
according to module
tilt
Model
Nb. of modules
Model
Unlimited load (grid)
Grid-Connected
20°
azimuth
XL24195
Pnom
5376
Pnom total
JEMA IF 1000KW
Pnom
195 Wp
1048 kWp
1000 kW ac
Main simulation results
System Production
Produced Energy
Performance Ratio PR
1612 MWh/year
Specific
1538 kWh/kWp/year
75.2 %
Normalized productions (per installed kWp): Nominal power 1048 kWp
Performance Ratio PR
8
0.8
PR : Performance Ratio (Yf / Yr) : 0.752
Lc : Collection Loss (PV-array losses)
1.27 kWh/kWp/day
Ls : System Loss (inverter,
)
0.12 kWh/kWp/day
7
Yf : Produced useful energy (inverter output) 4.21 kWh/kWp/day
0.7
6
0.6
5
0.5
4
0.4
3
0.3
2
0.2
1
0.1
0
0.0
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Gajner Policristalino 1,05 MWp
Balances and main results
GlobHor
T Amb
GlobInc
GlobEff
EArray
EOutInv
EffArrR
EffSysR
kWh/m²
°C
kWh/m²
kWh/m²
kWh
kWh
%
%
January
113.1
14.70
146.5
137.7
123325
119874
10.24
9.96
February
128.5
17.40
154.4
147.1
129413
125824
10.20
9.92
March
167.4
23.50
183.7
176.0
151505
147328
10.04
9.76
April
195.0
28.30
199.0
190.9
160241
155864
9.80
9.53
May
216.1
31.30
206.7
197.8
163345
158792
9.62
9.35
June
206.7
31.10
192.3
183.6
151842
147581
9.61
9.34
July
185.7
29.50
176.3
167.6
140049
136087
9.67
9.39
August
174.2
28.50
172.7
164.6
138000
134088
9.73
9.45
September
161.1
28.30
170.4
162.9
136379
132533
9.74
9.47
October
138.6
26.20
158.9
151.4
128964
125343
9.88
9.60
November
114.3
21.40
144.8
137.2
118890
115591
9.99
9.72
December
105.1
16.70
140.1
131.0
116621
113390
10.13
9.85
Year
1905.8
24.77
2045.7
1947.7
1658576
1612294
9.87
9.59
Legends:
GlobHor
T Amb
GlobInc
GlobEff
Horizontal global irradiation
Ambient Temperature
Global incident in coll. plane
Effective Global, corr. for IAM and shadings
EArray
EOutInv
EffArrR
EffSysR
Effective energy at the output of the array
Available Energy at Inverter Output
Effic. Eout array / rough area
Effic. Eout system / rough area
Normalized Energy [kWh/kWp/day]
Performance Ratio PR
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Grid-Connected System: Loss diagram
Project :
Simulation variant :
Gajner
Gajner Policristalino 1,05 MWp
Main system parameters
Near Shadings
PV Field Orientation
PV modules
PV Array
Inverter
User's needs
System type
according to module
tilt
Model
Nb. of modules
Model
Unlimited load (grid)
Grid-Connected
20°
azimuth
XL24195
Pnom
5376
Pnom total
JEMA IF 1000KW
Pnom
195 Wp
1048 kWp
1000 kW ac
Loss diagram over the whole year
1906 kWh/m²
+7.3%
Horizontal global irradiation
Global incident in coll. plane
-2.0%
Near Shading Factor on global
-2.8%
1948 kWh/m² * 8217 m² coll.
efficiency at STC = 12.8%
IAM factor on global
Effective irradiance on collectors
PV conversion
2054231 kWh
efficiency at STC = 12.8%
-3.6%
PV loss due to irradiance level
-9.2%
PV loss due to temperature
-0.5%
Array Soiling loss
-3.2%
Module quality loss
-2.2%
Module array mismatch loss
-2.0%
Ohmic wiring loss
1658828
kWh
Array virtual energy at MPP
-2.8%
Inverter Loss during operation (efficiency)
0.0%
Inverter Loss over nominal inv. power
Inverter Loss due to power threshold
Inverter Loss over nominal inv. voltage
-0.0%
0.0%
-0.0%
1612294
kWh
Inverter Loss due to voltage threshold
Available Energy at Inverter Output