Thursday, June 23rd, 2022 | 14:00 (CET) | Room: Seminarraum Lakeside Labs B4.1.114
Abstract: East-west oriented photovoltaic power system is a new trend in orienting photovoltaic system. This lecture presents an evaluation of east–west oriented photovoltaic power system. A comparison between east–west oriented photovoltaic system and south oriented photovoltaic system in terms of cost of energy and technical requirement is conducted is presented in this lecture. In addition to that, the benefits of using east–west oriented photovoltaic system are discussed in this paper. By this lecture the following issues will be realized,
- East–west oriented photovoltaic system requires less land area.
- East–west oriented photovoltaic system requires less cost for mounting piles and steel structure, and less costs of the interfacing power substation
- South oriented photovoltaic system produces more energy than east–west oriented photovoltaic system.
- No significant difference between the costs of energy for both systems.
- Grid interfacing east–west oriented PV system can provide smoother power injection to the grid with fewer harmonic and less reverse power.
- South oriented photovoltaic system is preferred when high power injection is required.
Bio: Tamer is researcher in photovoltaic power systems. He holds a B.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from An-Najah National University (ANNU), as well as a M.Sc. degree and a Ph.D degree in electrical, electronic and systems engineering from National University of Malaysia (UKM). In addition he holds Habilitation degree in renewable and sustainable energy from Alpen Adria Universitat (AAU). Currently he is an Associate professor of renewable energy and Director of Scientific Centers at ANNU. In addition to that, he is the director of An-Najah Company for Consultancy and Technical Studies (sister research company of ANNU).
So far, he has 2 patents, 4 books and 140 research articles, while his current h-index is 40. He has supervised 4 Ph.D researches, 22 master researches and 60 bachelor researches.