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Título : Guía para la preparación de anteproyectos de energía solar fotovoltaicas
Autor : Cadena Añazco, Alejandro Xavier
Palabras clave : ENERGIAS ALTERNATIVAS
CENTRALES DE GENERACION
INGENIERIA ELECTRICA
EVALUACION DE PROYECTOS
Fecha de publicación : 5-jul-2010
Editorial : QUITO/EPN/2010
Resumen : La crisis energética mundial ha obligado a la búsqueda de nuevas fuentes de energía que no dependan de los combustibles fósiles. Una de estas alternativas, investigada desde hace varias décadas y que está llegando a un punto de madurez tecnológica y viabilidad económica es la energía solar fotovoltaica, sobre todo en lugares aislados de los grandes centros poblados, desprovistos de líneas de transmisión u otras fuentes de suministro energético. Los capítulos de este documento han sido diseñados de manera secuencial, de tal manera de empezar presentando una introducción a la situación energética nacional y mundial en la actualidad, para luego presentar en detalle el marco teórico, procesos físicos involucrados y una descripción de los componentes de un sistema fotovoltaico. El núcleo de este trabajo está descrito en los capítulos concernientes al diseño del sistema y a la viabilidad económica del mismo. Posteriormente, se incluye un capítulo dedicado a presentar los aspectos ambientales a favor y en contra que puede traer la instalación y uso de estos sistemas, y que puede servir de guía para determinar su viabilidad.
URI : http://bibdigital.epn.edu.ec/handle/15000/2239
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