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Smart Systems for Solar Power

REMOTE OFF-GRID IMPLEMENATION: EXAMPLES

© IBC SOLAR 2013 Author: Nils Szymczak, IBC Solar AG; date:26. Feb 2013; place: GIZ - Berlin


Agenda

1. Company

2. Hybrid technology

3. Five steps to successful implementation

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IBC SOLAR | The international photovoltaic system provider

1. IBC Solar – a company with a tradition

More than 30 years of experience and know-how

440 highly-qualified and motivated employees in 11

countries

More than 2.4 GW in more than 140,000 reliable PV

systems world-wide

PV project developer - EPC

(engineering, procurement & construction)

Distributor for all PV system components

(one-stop-shop)

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2. Hybrid technology

Hybrid – combination of technologies

Benefits of hybrid system solutions

- Redundancy

- Flexibility & modularity

- Hybrid solutions of renewable energy

resources

- Connection of available resources

- PV hybrid solution with diesel generator

- Save money by saving diesel

- Decrease your CO 2 footprint

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Source: envergate, diverse

Source: Cummins


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2. Hybrid technology

Customized solutions for PV hybrid system solutions

PV for covering day time demand peaks

Source: SMA

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2. Hybrid technology

Customized solutions for PV hybrid system solutions

PV for covering day time main demand, incl. battery

(diesel as redundant source - back up)

Source: SMA

Direct

consumption

Storage of energy

surpuls in batteries

Time

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Usage of saved energy

(batteries)


3. FIVE STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION

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STEP 1

CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS

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step 1 – customer requirements

Rural electrification challenges

Technical challenges

- Balanced system

- System controlling

- System maintenance – long term

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Commercial challenges

- Regulation of proptery rights

- Project financing

- Customer settelment system

- Low power generation costs

- Operator modell (e.g. private

public partnership PPP)


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step 1 – customer requirements

Location – as is analysis – load demand

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step 1 – customer requirements

Location – as is analysis – e.g. diesel consumption

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STEP 2

ENGINEERING & DESIGN

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step 2 engineering & design

Distribution map – 11kV

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step 2 engineering & design

Design of PV array

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step 2 engineering & design

Design of powerhouse

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STEP 3

PROCUREMENT OF QUALITY PRODUCTS

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step 3 - procurement of quality products

For each project – the right components

- Photovoltaic components

> Module

> Inverter

> Charger

> Battery

> Cable & accessoirs

> Mounting systems

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STEP 4

CONSTRUCTION & COMMISSIONING

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step 4 - construction & commissioning

Implementation

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step 4 - construction & commissioning

Implementation

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step 4 - construction & commissioning

Malaysia - village power supply - 276kWp – 2 x 250KVA diesel – 1,2MWh batteries

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step 4 - construction & commissioning

Malaysia - village power supply - 276kWp – 2 x 250KVA Diesel – 1,2MWh Batteries

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step 4 - construction & commissioning

Malaysia - village power supply - 276kWp – 2 x 250KVA Diesel – 1,2MWh Batteries

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step 4 - construction & commissioning

Malaysia - village power supply - 276kWp – 2 x 250KVA Diesel – 1,2MWh batteries

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step 4 - construction & commissioning

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PV-diesel-hybrid system - Malaysia

- Hybridsystem for small villages

> Location: Malaysia

> Commissioning: 2012-

2013

> Features / Application:

Hybrid system

> for energy supply of

villages

> Effective power: 276

kWp


STEP 5

TRAINING & MONITORING & MAINTENANCE

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step 5 - training & monitoring & maintenance

On site training

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step 5 - training & monitoring & maintenance

Remote monitoring, operation & maintenance by locals

Location 1

Location 2

Location 3

Location 4

Location 5

Location 6

Location 7

Location 8

Location 9

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IBC Solar AG- hybrid power supply

- individual system design within 5 steps

Our capabilities: Planning and implementing off-grid projects

Development Engineering Procurement Construction Operation&maintenance

Consulting and

planning

Site inspection

Feasibility study

Recording on

site weather

data

Project costing

Technical detail

planing

Energy use

analysis

Quality

management

Procurement

and logistics

Commission.

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Supervising

Turnkey

construction

Project

acceptance

Monitoring

Technical

management

Training

Full-service

package


IBC SOLAR AG

Am Hochgericht 10

96231 Bad Staffelstein

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Nils Szymczak, Sales Manager

Hybrid Power Supply

nils.szymczak@ibc-solar.de

Phone + 49 (0)9573-9224 538

Fax + 49 (0)9573-9224 98 538

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