IMPACT OF  INSTALLATION  PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS ON  ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AND ELECTRICAL PARAMETERS

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Paper number
156
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Conference name
CIRED 2019
Conference date
3-6 June 2019
Conference location
Madrid, Spain
Peer-reviewed
Yes
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Authors
Atia, Mohammad , North Delta Electricity Distribution Company, Egypt
Youssef, Kamelia, Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy, Egypt
Abstract
Energy is one of the major inputs for the economic development of any country. In the case of the developing countries, the energy sector assumes critical importance in view of the ever-increasing energy needs, requiring huge investments to meet them. Nowadays, progressive growth in renewable energy sources such as (wind, solar energy) orient distribution companies to update its code in order to achieve maximum power available and guarantee electrical reliability and quality. The powerful governmental support for Renewable Energy (RE) under the net metering and feed-in tariff scheme in Egypt has witnessed the exponential rise of PV system installation.Egypt adds many techniques to facilitate introducing new renewable energy technologies, such as, a new program to disseminate PV models into the grid over the buildings which targets about 1000 building in its first phase.Photovoltaic systems (PV) are the most promising renewable energy sources in Egypt because of its location being in the solar belt where the sunlight is available throughout all the year. Electromagnetic fields are produced by a variety of natural sources and can also be generated by the production and the distribution of electricity.   A large number of the grid-connected PV generators which are connected to distribution networks through PV inverters potentially affect electrical parameters such as voltage, current and THD.
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AIM
Date
2019-06-03
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https://cired-repository.org/handle/20.500.12455/560
http://dx.doi.org/10.34890/788
ISSN
2032-9644
ISBN
978-2-9602415-0-1