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Solar resource in Asia

2.3.3 Solar resource in Asia Fixed: 15.0% Tracking: 20.7% Fixed: 19.5% Tracking: 26.8% Fixed: 15.8% Tracking: 20.1% Fixed: 10.6% Tracking: 12.0% Fixed: 18.4% Tracking: 23.9% Fixed: 19.5% Tracking: 26.1% Fixed: 16.5% Tracking: 20.5% Fixed: 17.7% Tracking: 22.4% Fixed: 14.7% Tracking: 17.6% High Low Notes: Color bar shows average global radlatlon on the horizontal in kWh/m2. For selected locatlons, the capacity factors for fixed arrays and tracking photovoltalc systems have been calculated with RETScreen 4 software. The capacity factor-percentage of actual energy of the theoretical energy production-Is glven for some locatlons; there are two values, one for a fixed system and another for tracking system. Source: Meteonorm.

Solar resource in Asia

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Solar power has been developed in two main directions, one using photovoltaic (PV) technology and the other concentrating the sun’s rays to heat water directly. PV cells convert solar energy into el...


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