MONTHLY RAD. NORMAL RAD. OPTIMAL INCLINATION GLOBAL RATIO 6,3 kW/m2/day - July July – Almost 10º July – 0,37 8,7 kW/m2/day - July June– Almost 0% (0,3º) July – 0,22
MONTHLY RAD. LINKE TURBIDITY DAY TEMPERATURE Nº DEGREE DAYS 3,00 - July July – Average 25 º July – 0º 3,3 - July July – Average 28º September – 0º
DAILY RAD. FIXED PLANE DIRECT NORMAL RAD. 2 AXIS TR. PLANE 700 – 1000 W/m2 - 12:00 /14:00 P. M. 900 – 1000 W/m2 - 12:00 /14:00 P. M (JULY) 500 – 900 W/m2 - 12:00 /14:00 P. M. 800 – 950 W/m2 - 12:00 /14:00 P. M 750 – 1100 W/m2 - 10:00 /16:00 P. M. 950 – 1100 W/m2 - 10:00 /16:00 P. M.
CONCLUSI ONS In both cases we have chosen to study one installation with a peak power of 10kW polycrystalline silicon plates in an optimal orientation. In the case of Romania has chosen the Danube, where solar radiation is more pronounced during the year. Similarly we have chosen the area of Andalusia in Spain. It notes that the alleged installation on the Danube Em values are obtained 12.100 kwh and Hm 1.640 kW/m2 per year, being the most productive month July with Em values of 1.430 kWh and Hm 204 kW/m2. On the other hand, it notes that the alleged facility in Andalusia Em values are obtained 14.300 kwh and Hm 2.040 kW/m2 per year, also being the most productive month July with Em values of 1.600 kwh and Hm 229 kW/m2. Finally, as it has shown, is better to make a installation in Spain (Andalusia) than in Romania (Danube) in therms of radiation. But, in Spain the price per m2 is higher than in Romania, so it could be a good idea to compare the prices and the benefits. Also, it could be great to study the price per kw in both countries, in order to amortize the installation.