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Vpliv vremenskih razmer na razpoložljivo sončno energijo
HOČEVAR, AMBROŽ (Author), Bizjak, Grega (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Tema moje diplomske naloge je vpliv vremenskih razmer na razpoložljivo sončno energijo v Sloveniji. Predstavil bom razpoložljivo sončno energijo v različnih krajih glede na dane vremenske razmere. Pri izdelavi diplomskega dela sem si pomagal s podatki meteoroloških postaj in aplikacijo PVGIS, ki mi je izračunala predvideno razpoložljivo sončno energijo na kvadratni meter ter predvideno proizvodnjo sončne energije. Primerjal sem tudi predvideno proizvodnjo v Ljubljani z realno proizvodnjo sončne elektrarne preko Sunny Portala. Na koncu sem razultate primerjal in prišel do spoznanja, da vremenske razmere najmanj varirajo v gorskem in submediteranskem podnebju in s tem posledično najmanj varira tudi razpoložljiva sončna energija. Razlika med predvideno in realno količino sončne energije je tu najmanjša.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:vremenske razmere, razpoložljiva sončna energija, sončne elektrarne
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FE - Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Year:2015
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Language:English
Title:Impact of weather conditions on the available solar energy
Abstract:
The theme of my diploma thesis is the influence of weather conditions on available solar energy in Slovenia. I will be presenting available solar energy in various places depending on given weather conditions. In my diploma thesis, I used data from automatic weather stations, as well as the PVGIS application, which provided calculations for the expected available solar energy per square meter and for the expected production of solar energy. I also performed a comparison of the expected production in Ljubljana with the actual production of solar energy, with the help of Sunny Portal. By comparing the final results I came to the conclusion that weather conditions vary the least in the Alpine and sub-Mediterranean climates, which means that the available solar energy there also varies the least. In those places, the difference between the expected and actual solar energy is the smallest.

Keywords:weather conditions, available solar energy, solar power plants

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