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Photovoltaics: solar energy resources and the possibility of their use

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Techno-Economic Approach to Solar Energy Systems Onboard Marine Vehicles

Quality (ICREPQ’12), Santiago de Compostela (Spain), 28th to 30th March, 2012. 4. Hua, J., Wu, Y. H., & Jin, P. F., 2008. Prospects for renewable energy for seaborne transportation-Taiwan example. Renewable energy, Vol. 33, No. 5, pp. 1056-1063. 5. Hussein, A. W., & Ahmed, M. W., 2014. Solar Energy: Solution to fuel dilemma. International Journal of Research in Engineering & Technology, Vol. 2, No. 8, pp. 99-108. 6. Glykas, A., Papaioannou, G., & Perissakis, S., 2010. Application and cost-benefit analysis of solar hybrid

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The Study of Using Gis Tools in Sustainable Management of Solar Energy

References 1. Brito M.C., Gomes N., Santos T., Tenedorio J.A.: Photovoltaic potential in a Lisbon suburb using LiDAR data. Solar Energy, 86, (2012), 283-288. 2. Choi Y., Rayl J., Tammineedi C., Brownson J. R. S.: PV Analyst: Coupling ArcGIS with TRNSYS to assess distributed photovoltaic potential in urban areas. Solar Energy, 85, (2011), 2924-2939. 3. Chow A., Fung A. S., Songnian Li: GIS Modeling of Solar Neighborhood Potential at a Fine Spatiotemporal Resolution, Buildings, 4, (2014), 195

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Sustainable business models for wind and solar energy in Romania

), “Conceptualizing a Sustainability Business Model”, Organization & Environment, Vol. 21, No. 2, pp. 103-127. Tanţău, A.D., Regneală, H. and Coraş, E. (2013), ”Managing risks in solar energy business” in: Proceedings of the 6th Edition of the International Conference on Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in a Globalised World, Babeş- Bolyai University, Romania, 25-28 September 2013. Tanţău, A.D. (2014), “Strategic Issues in Managing Photovoltaic Business in the Context of the European Union. Case study-Romania”, International Journal of Economic

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Design and Simulation of a Solar Energy System for Desalination of Brackish Water

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Solar Energy Industry as a Part of the Romanian Renewable Energy Industry: A Multi-level Territorial Approach

& Technology 48 -2. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1021/es4043726 Hernandez R., Hoffacker M., Murphy-Mariscal M., Wu G., Allen M. (2015). Solar energy development impacts on land cover change and protected areas. Procedeeings of the National Academy of Science of the USA ,112-44. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1517656112 Holger B., Klaus J., Stefan W., (2012). Green Economy Discourses in the Run-Up to Rio 2012 . Free University of Berlin, Report 07-2011, http://ssrn.com/abstract=2023052 . Ianoș I., (2000). Sisteme teritoriale , Ed. Tehnică, București

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Solar Energy Conversion Using Low Cost Inverter

REFERENCES Asim, A, & Aamir, A. (2019). Comparative analysis of high voltage gain DC-DC converter topologies for photovoltaic systems. Renewable Energy, Vol. 136 , 1147-1163. Nagarathna, M., Nikhil, C., Usha, A., & Vinayaka, B.C. (2015). Cost effective solar inverter. International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, Vol. 5, Issue 6, (Part 3) , 136-140. Petreus, D., Patarau, T., Truta, R., Orian, C., & Etz, R. (2016). Single-phase inverter for solar energy conversion controlled with DSpace DS1104. IEEE 22nd International

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Energy Saving and GHG Emission Reduction in a Micro-CCHP System by Use of Solar Energy

integrated boiler-solar energy saving system in Jordan, Energy Conversion and Management , vol. 51, 2010, p. 1621-1628. 12. Jaunzems, D., Veidenbergs, I. Small Scale Solar Cooling Unit in Climate Conditions of Latvia: Environmental and Economical Aspects, Scientific Journal of Riga Technical University-Environmental and Climate Technologies , vol. 4, 2010, p. 47-52. 13. Kokogiannakis, G. Support for the Integration of Simulation in the European Energy Performance of Buildings Directive , PhD Thesis, Glasgow: University of Strathclyde

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The Development of the Market of the Production of Solar Energy in Poland and Selected EU Countries in the Years 2009–2014 – Comparative Analysis

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The paper discusses issues related to the development of solar energy production in Poland and selected EU countries in the years 2009-2014. The analysis of data concerning the production of solar energy in Poland and selected EU countries is presented as well as the strategic goals of the Union in respect the development of the ‘solar energy industry’. The article discusses the benefits and costs of the transformation of energy engineering and development of the production of solar energy, which is one of the most widespread and popular technologies of the production of energy from renewable resources in view of environment protection or reduction of the costs of energy consumption.

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New Developments of Solar Energy Utilization in the Aspect of EU Directives

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Photovoltaic systems are very efficient concerning proper utilization of solar radiation. However, the nanotechnology solution can replace the photovoltaic by the use of new production technology to lower the price of solar cells to one tenth. Sun provides nearly unlimited energy resource, but existing solar energy harvesting technologies are quite expensive and cannot compete with fossil fuels. The central part of Poland, which represents about 50 percent of the area, gives solar radiation at the level of 1000 kWh·m−2/year. Other new developments, which can help improve existing efficiency of solar systems are: diatoms utilization, artificial photosynthesis, nanoleaves and rotation solar towers.

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