ENOC Retail Smart Station UAE First Solar-Powered Service Station
- Hamdan Aldoukhi (ENOC)
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- Society of Petroleum Engineers
- SPE International Conference and Exhibition on Health, Safety, Security, Environment, and Social Responsibility, 16-18 April, Abu Dhabi, UAE
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- Conference Paper
- 2018. Society of Petroleum Engineers
- 7 Management and Information, 7.4.4 Energy Policy and Regulation, 7.4 Energy Economics
- solar, service, station, smart
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The use of solar powered plant is increasing in the world, and many companies now target to build the solar plants, by taking the help from the top retailers in the world. With the growing demands of the consumers regarding the issue of energy security, the renewable energy resources industry has been advanced with the transformations it has given to the society with the launch of the new technology, named as the solar panels. This evolution has made the industry to utilize the renewable energy resources, specifically the solar energy, in a very effective manner that has given the consumer the authority to generate the electricity with reduced power and cost. In this scenario, the solar photovoltaic power plant is used which is connected to the grid system that is the best source used at the large scale. Experiments have been conducted to evaluate the performance of the solar photovoltaic power systems which gives the overview of the benefits of installing the solar panels in the regions where the climatic conditions are favorable. Seasonal evaluations have been done in the experiment which is useful to deduce the overall performance in terms of the electricity generation and the cost. In this paper, the suggestions to the renewable energy resource company have been given in order to make cost-effective initiatives in the region to satisfy its consumers by providing valuable source of products. This paper focuses on the parameters on the basis of which the performance is evaluated which includes the types of power losses, consisting of the temperature, internal network, power electronics, connection of grid etc.
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