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  • TITLE: Design of Off-grid Home Photovoltaic Power System in Shaanxi Region

    AUTHORS: Ke Cheng, Jie Yang, Yan Chen

    KEYWORDS: Solar; Photovoltaic Power Generation; Off-grid Home Photovoltaic Power System

    JOURNAL NAME: Energy and Power Engineering, Vol.5 No.4B, October 15, 2013

    ABSTRACT: Shaanxi province has three land forms which are Shaanxi’s northern plateau, Guanzhong plain and Qinba mountain land in the south of Shaanxi province. So the climate type is also divided into three types and the solar energy resources distribution has a big gap between different regions. PV modules, as the core component of off-grid home photovoltaic power system, their output power are mainly influenced by sun radiation, array tile angle, temperature and so on. Based on the reasons above, in order to apply off-grid home photovoltaic power system in Shaanxi region, this paper designs different systems with different configuration, and makes the performance prediction. The results show that the capacity of PV modules reaches to the largest in Shaanxi northern region, reach minimum in Shaanxi southern region and the output power in the winter is less than in the summer and reach minimum in the spring and autumn. In light of the characteristics above, this research select different type and configuration in different areas systematically, and the performance analysis shows that the configuration can meet the basic life demand of power to the people whose power is not available.