This 30kW system consists of 78 x Luxor Twin-Peak Monocrystalline panels of 385W, and 2 x Fronius Symo 15kVa, 3-phase inverters. Such a system produces about 47000kWh per year, yielding annual savings of €8000.
The peculiarity of this project is the temporary shadows cast on a number of panels during the early morning hours. In order to minimize the effect of shading resulting into reduced output of the certain group of panels, it is essential to take this into account when designing the electrical connection. The affected panels need to be grouped together, and connected in series to a different input point of the inverter, leaving the unshaded panels to work unaffected and at their maximum.
The integration of renewable energy sources in the tourism sector is extremely beneficial, in addition to the basic benefits risen such as environmental awareness. As the summer season is considered to be the peak-period of touristic business, so hence demand, the largest increase in the price of electricity is observed. Therefore, the technical study needs to be based on and cover the months of higher consumption, leaving the premise not so susceptible to the fluctuations of the electricity price, and saving 50-60% on the annual bills. Moreover, as sustainable tourism continues to grow, and becomes a way of life, many tourists are actively looking for and supporting resorts that have involved renewable ways to generate energy for their self-consumption.
|The Net-Billing method is a billing mechanism that converts the unused energy produced from a solar system to currency, which is debited to the owner’s account. The price of energy purchased by the EAC and supplied by the EAC is different, hence a detailed techno-economical study needs to occur in order to determine the right size of the system. The category involves systems ranging from 10kW to 10MW.
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