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Seminar WG1

October 22

MATCHING PV DATA AND PV PERFORMANCE RESEARCH QUESTIONS

Participants: In e-COST registered participants of PEARL PV, in particular active members of WGs and MC members or their substitutes

NOTE: you are only eligible for reimbursement if you have received (and accepted) the official invitation through e-COST to be expected in August  

Short description: Working group 1 of Cost Action PEARL PV aims to develop generally accepted approaches and guidelines for the collection of data about the performance of PV modules and PV systems for the whole Action. In this seminar, we will therefore aim at making an inventory of relevant PV research questions and gaps in knowledge in order to set requirements on data to be collected and analyzed. All WG leaders of this Action will therefore present an overview of the state-of-the-art of research in the field of the specific WG, and in a discussion session with attendees, a set of questions and data will be drafted. Together, they will form the basis of data collection of WG1.

Among others results will be presented of a questionnaire which was recently developed and sent out among partners to identify required and available data. All partners had implicitly (and/or explicitly) research questions in their mind while filling out the questionnaire by identifying data to be either absolutely necessary, highly desired, or nice to have (or even not required). This demonstrates that rather than collecting as much data as possible, it is imperative to ask research questions first and subsequently define the required data set that would allow answering the questions properly.

Agenda: 

9:00h Welcome for WG1 members of PEARL PV: Wilfried van Sark (prof.dr.), Utrecht University, The Netherlands
9:05h Welcome for the whole Action PEARL PV: Angele Reinders (prof.dr.), TU/e and UT, The Netherlands
9:20h Opening address: Nathalie Jaarsma, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Cyprus
9:30h Plenary address on PV performance: Josh Stein (dr.), Sandia National Laboratories, USA

10:30h Break

11:00h State-of-the-art in PV monitoring, WG1 aims and tasks: Wilfried van Sark (prof.dr.), Utrecht University, The Netherlands
11:20h Results of PV data identification questionnaire (Wilfried van Sark)
11:30h Discussion with all attendees
11:45h State-of-the-art in Reliability and durability of PV, WG2 aims and tasks: Gabriele Eder (dr.) OFI, Austria
12:15h Discussion with all attendees

12:30h Lunch

14:00h State-of-the-art in PV simulation, WG3 aims and tasks: Nicola Pearsall (prof.dr.), Northumbria University, United Kingdom
14:30h Discussion with all attendees
14:45h State-of-the-art in PV in the built environment, WG4 aims and tasks: Alessandra Scognamiglio (dr.), ENEA, Italy
15:15h Discussion with all attendees 

15:30h Break

16:00h State-of-the-art in PV in grids, WG5 aims and tasks: Jonathan Leloux (dr.), Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain
16:30h Discussion with all attendees
16:45h Summary of the seminar and closing remarks: Wilfried van Sark (prof.dr.), Utrecht University, The Netherlands
17:00h End of meeting

 

Venue
University of Cyprus
1, University Avenue, Aglantzia
Nicosia 2109
Cyprus

Travel and accommodation information can be found here: PEARL-PV_Fall_Event_Logistics_30052018

Details

Date:
October 22

Venue

University of Cyprus
1, University Avenue, Aglantzia
Nicosia, 2109 Cyprus
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Website:
www.ucy.ac.cy/en/