Amar Telidji University of Laghouat, Algeria
Posters-Accepted Abstracts: J Aeronaut Aerospace Eng
In the case of unexpected occurrence due to an unforeseen defect, the grid-connected photovoltaic systems could operate below their optimal performance. Thus, the implementation of a monitoring system becomes paramount to measure the energy yield and to assess the system performance.The monitoring-inverter via a router, which is a device integrating a smart phone, will communicate by satellite. To allow the satellite communication, it is necessary to integrate a data-logger and a chip inside the inverter. The present work focuses on the defect detection in a grid-connected photovoltaic system by satellite monitoring, and the yield control for timely intervention to prevent economic losses. Throughout the literature review, we will present some approaches and methodologies. We will discuss, among other points, the limits of the approaches. We will then present our proposed methodology as a promising approach for defect detection grid-connected PV systems via satellite monitoring, achieving highly good results.