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University of Mohaghegh Ardabili (2016)

Investigate the potential use of solar energy by climatic factors in Ardabil Province

Taheri por dodoran, Mohsen and Zeynali, Batool and Asghari, Sayyad

Titre : Investigate the potential use of solar energy by climatic factors in Ardabil Province

بررسی پتانسیل استفاده از انرژی خورشیدی توسط عامل¬های اقلیمی در استان اردبیل

Auteur : Taheri por dodoran, Mohsen and Zeynali, Batool and Asghari, Sayyad

Université de soutenance : University of Mohaghegh Ardabili

Grade : Master 2016

Résumé
Iran is high Potential to use solar energy .Ardabil province according to its border position to export electric energy and climate variability and Government policies to encourage the use of clean and renewable energy a favorable climate for investment in this field. Carry out such studies often need access to long-term series of meteorological data, Since in most weather stations, weather for long-term access to data (particularly, daily data) is not possible.Weather generators can be used to extend the length of data series. These generators produce the synthetic weather data to be statistically similar to observed data. In this study, using the software meteonorm7.1.3 an application to build eqlima data and interpolated and climgen model for many cities and regions of the world and pvsyst5 a simulation software design solar energy production solar panels. To evaluate the potential of solar energy in five city in the provinces of Ardabil was the highest amount of electricity produced in the city khalkhal with 1564 kW / h and then Ardebil city with a 1523 kW / h Namin with 1512 kW /h, Meshkin shahr with 1407 kW/h and the lowest is in Pars-Abad to 1356 kW/h. According to the results of investment in this sector in the medium and long term is anticipated favorable results in the economic field

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