International Energy Agency PVPS Task 2: Analysis of the Operational Performance of the IEA Database PV Systems

@inproceedings{Jahn2000InternationalEA,
  title={International Energy Agency PVPS Task 2: Analysis of the Operational Performance of the IEA Database PV Systems},
  author={Ulrike Jahn and Didier Mayer and Michael Heidenreich and Roy Endre Dahl and Salvatore Castello and Luzi Clavadetscher and Anne Fr{\o}lich and Bernhard Grimmig and Wolfgang Nasse and K. Sakuta and Tadatoshi Sugiura and Nico van der Borg and K. Van Otterdijk},
  year={2000}
}
As a part of the International Energy Agency (IEA) Photovoltaic Power Systems Programme (PVPS), the above mentioned participants of Task 2 are collecting and analysing operational data of photovoltaic plants in various system techniques located world-wide. The objective of this joint project is to provide suitable technical information on the operational performance, reliability and sizing of PV systems and their subsystems to the target groups. People working in the area of photovoltaics like… 
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