Spatial and Temporal Variability of Solar Energy

By Richard Pérez

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Unlike conventional electrical power generation (such as fossil or nuclear energy), solar energy is intermittent. The output of a solar power plant is driven by weather and by the cycle of days and seasons. It varies from zero to full power outside the control of plant operators. Spatial and Temporal Variability of Solar Energy summarizes and analyzes recent research by th Unlike conventional electrical power generation (such as fossil or nuclear energy), solar energy is intermittent. The

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Paperback, 60 pages
May 10th 2016 by Now Publishers
ISBN
1680831526 (ISBN13: 9781680831528)

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