This repo contains data and code that has been used for the publication ” Methodology for the Techno-economic Assessment of Medium-Voltage Photovoltaic Prosumers Under Net-Metering Policy” submitted @ IEEE Access. (The full reference should be added in close future.)This work is an extension of the paper “Viability Assessment of PV Systems in University Campuses Under the Net-Metering Policy” that has been presented in the 2020 55th International Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC).

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This dataset includes PV power production measured on the SolarTech Lab, Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Data are freely available for scientific research purpose and further data validation.

In particular, the dataset is composed of the following variables and specifics, with a time resolution of 1 minute:

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This dataset includes PV power production measured on the SolarTech Lab, Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Data are freely available for scientific research purpose and further data validation.

In particular, the dataset is composed of the following variables and specifics, with a time resolution of 1 minute:

  • Timestamp: column with time recordings; the data format is “dd-MM-yyyy hh:mm:ss”, with the time always expressed in Central European Time (CET).
  • Pm: power recordings from the PV module (W); module tilt: 30°.
  • Tair: ambient temperature (°C) measured by the weather station described in SolarTech Lab website (http://www.solartech.polimi.it/instrumentation/).
  • GHI: measured Global Horizontal Irradiance (W/m2).
  • GPOA: global irradiance measured on the plane of array (30°).
  • Ws: measured wind speed (m/s).
  • Wd: measured wind direction (°), assuming 0° east, positive south.

It is worth noticing that this dataset includes original measurements, i.e. these raw data can be used for any additional post-processing, validation and further research. When a value is missing in the original measurements recording, a “NaN” is reported.

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Research on Optimizing the Integration of Renewable Energy Sources into the Electrical Power Systems

In this project one model the photovoltaic and wind power sources in order to analyze how to optimally integrate them in the electrical power systems. Integration requirements like transient regimes associated with fault occurrence, identification of the electrical power systems responsible for disturbances, and optimization of the integration are focus points of the research.

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This dataset contain some models of photovoltaic power plants and wind power plants integrated in the electrical power systems carried out in Matlab/Simulink under fault ride-through operation.

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