Aparna Posted December 2, 2013 Share Posted December 2, 2013 Hello everyone,This query is based on an observation on a rooftop plant installed at our office. We have a section that is comprised of E-W facing sheds at an inclination of 10 degrees and a section which has S facing sheds at an inclination of 10 degrees. It has been observed that the inverter connected to the E-W facing sheds give a higher energy output than the inverter connected to the S facing sheds, throughout the year and also, this difference in energy generation is highest in the summer months and reduces in the winter months. We have also measured the GHI for the location using a pyranometer. The tilt radiations were then generated in PVsyst. It is seen that the radiation on the tilted plane of the south facing sheds is higher than that on the E-W facing sheds. We are trying to analyse the possible explanations behind this observation. Has anyone else come across a similar situation ? Could anyone offer a reasoning ?Thank you. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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