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Classification of Solar Photovoltaic Systems

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Solar photovoltaic systems can be classified according to different classification methods into the following categories:

 

1. according to the installation place classification: divided into roof type PV system, ground type PV system and building thin film type PV system.

 

2. according to the operation mode classification: divided into stand-alone photovoltaic system and grid-connected photovoltaic system. The stand-alone PV system is mainly used in remote areas or areas without grid power supply, while the grid-connected PV system can be integrated into the traditional grid through the inverter.

 

3. classified according to the type of photovoltaic components: divided into monocrystalline silicon solar cells, polycrystalline silicon solar cells, amorphous silicon solar cells, organic polymer solar cells, calcium iodide solar cells, etc.

 

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4. classified according to the orientation of the panel: upright or ordinary fixed type, single-axis tracking type, dual-axis tracking type.

 

5. According to the normalized system design with or without classification: divided into classical concentrated battery group and MPP tracking battery group.

 

In summary, solar PV systems can be classified according to installation site, operation mode, PV element type, panel orientation and normalized system design with or without. The existence of various classification methods provides convenience for the design, optimization and use of PV systems.


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