publication . Article . 2017

A Comparative Study of Dust Cleaning Methods for the Solar PV Panels

Hudedmani, Mallikarjun G; Joshi, Gita; M, Umayal R; Revankar, Ashwini;
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  • Published: 18 Feb 2017 Journal: Advanced Journal of Graduate Research (issn: 2456-7108, eissn: 2456-7108, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: AIJR Publisher
Abstract
The present energy consumption scenario is clearly showing the faster depletion of fossil fuel reserves. On the other hand, energy usage index indicates the state of growth of a country. The use of renewable energy sources like solar PV, wind and such alternatives has increased in the recent years. Considerable loss in conversion efficiency of solar PV system has been noticed due to non-availability of proper insolation and accumulation of dust particles on the panels or shading. A comparative study of various cleaning methods of solar panels has been done in this article with emphasis on the innovative idea of separation of dust by electrostatic precipitat...
Subjects
free text keywords: Energy scenario, Dust cleaning, PV Dust cleaning, Solar panel performance, Electro static precipitator

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