Measurement of thermal and electrical parameters in photovoltaic systems for predictive and cross-correlated monitorization
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AuthorToledo Arias, Carlos Alberto; Serrano Luján, Lucía; Abad López, José; Lampitelli, Antonio; Urbina Yeregui, Antonio
Knowledge AreaQuímica-FísicaTecnologías del Medio Ambiente
SponsorsC.T. is grateful to Fundación Séneca-CARM for grant (Exp. 19768/FPI/15). The authors want to acknowledge Pedro García Trenza (from company Drónica) and Emilio Ballester (from company CRES) for sharing data and for their helpful comments. This research was funded by MINECO-Spain (including FEDER funds): Project ENE2016-79282-C5-5-R and Fundación Séneca (Región de Murcia, Spain): Project 19882-GERM-15.
Realizado en/conUniversidad Politécnica de Cartagena; Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Bibliographic CitationToledo C, Serrano-Lujan L, Abad J, Lampitelli A, Urbina A. Measurement of Thermal and Electrical Parameters in Photovoltaic Systems for Predictive and Cross-Correlated Monitorization. Energies. 2019; 12(4):668. https://doi.org/10.3390/en12040668
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