Design of a photovoltaic installation for a maintenance workshop, in Chone canton, Ecuador
Keywords:electrical energy, maintenance workshop, photoelectric effect, photovoltaic, solar technology
With the passing of the years and until today we are and continue to Dependent on fossil fuels, since electrical energy is the most used resource in the world, it becomes the main reason and the alternative to not depend on fossil resources. The importance of electricity could be considered of vital use, with it comes the development of society, the services that are provided lighting, food refrigeration and the use of some equipment that facilitate daily living are essential. For the development of the research, the desktop research method was applied where different types of bibliography and databases are consulted, in addition to the PvSyst 7.1 software, for the calculation and design of a photovoltaic solar installation for 5 kW, obtaining as results the design of a photovoltaic system to reduce demand during daytime hours.
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