Alternative Energy Production With Grid-Connected Solar Dish-Stirling Systems
Two grid-connected solar dish-Stirling power systems have recently been installed on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The objective is to study the reliability of these systems, and investigate means of improving their efficiency and availability in an effort to raise their proven technology status. This paper describes the operation of both systems and evaluates the expected yearly kWh production using historical solar insolation data and past system availability.
Electric power-plants – Efficiency; Power system interconnection; Solar absorber-convertors; Solar concentrators; Solar energy concentrators; Solar power plants; Solar power stations; Stirling engines
Energy Systems | Mechanical Engineering | Oil, Gas, and Energy | Sustainability
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Boehm, R. F.
Alternative Energy Production With Grid-Connected Solar Dish-Stirling Systems.
2002 IEEE Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1