PERBANDINGAN PENEMPATAN PANEL FOTOVOLTAIK DI ATAS TANAH (GROUND MOUNTING PV) ATAU DI ATAS ATAP (ROOFTOP PV) SEBAGAI IMPLEMENTASI PEMANFAATAN PLTS YANG EFISIEN DI ITERA

  • Syamsyarief Baqaruzi
  • Kiki Kananda
  • Ali Muhtar
Keywords: Photovoltaic, PV, PLTS, Rooftop, Groundmounting

Abstract

The use of photovoltaic panels (PV) as the latest material technology to conversion solar energy
into electrical energy, so as it can become a Solar Power Plant (PLTS) which is more continues to grow
in this world, including Institut Teknologi Sumatera (ITERA). As a new campus technology-based in
Lampung Province which also has high solar potential, it is considered appropriate to be able to apply
photovoltaic as the key to the use of renewable energy. The PV panel studied is a comparison with the
placement conditions, specifically placement on the rooftop and on the groundmounting. In order to get
the best efficiency from the comparison of the installed photovoltaic panels, it is necessary to design an
equivalent circuit with a load or no load in designing, as well as making observations for 7 days with
the same conditions. The results show that the placement of PV on the rooftop is 1,129.91 Wh for a
loaded condition and 3,961.91 Wh for a no-load condition, while the placement of PV on the
groundmounting is 1,064.83 Wh for a loaded condition and 3,880.13 for a no-load condition. From
these results, it becomes the basis for the placement of PV as needed before planning the construction
of PLTS.

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2020-10-19
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