The constant depletion of fossil fuels and high energy demand make renewable energy sources not only unlimited energy sources in the future, but also environmentally friendly and sustainable for the environment. Although solar power plants have some advantages over other forms of power generation, the main problem is the land requirements that are virtually unavailable in the world and the cost. The solution is to overcome the limitations of land with the existence of solar power plants. FSPV can be installed in any water section that will not only lower the land cost but will also increase the amount of generation by the cooling effect of water. Modeling and simulation for FSPV design is done on three reservoirs in Indonesia. The 1MWp design is arranged on 4 inverters with each having a 250 kWp capacity spread over 4 blocks and 20 strings respectively.
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Research Article| April 23 2019
Design of 1 MWp floating solar photovoltaic (FSPV) power plant in Indonesia
Chico Hermanu B. A.;
AIP Conf. Proc. 2097, 030013 (2019)
Chico Hermanu B. A., Budi Santoso, Suyitno, F. X. Rian Wicaksono; Design of 1 MWp floating solar photovoltaic (FSPV) power plant in Indonesia. AIP Conf. Proc. 23 April 2019; 2097 (1): 030013. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5098188
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