Event Title

The Benefit of alternative energy from the system of the solar collectors in several cities in Kosovo

Session

Energy Efficiency Engineering

Description

The potential of solar power is so great in Kosovo that not only theoretically but technically it has generating potential to save consumers from the constant shortages of electricity. Solar energy is free, if Kosovars would cover only 1% of its territory in solar panels - photovoltaic by excluding the terrestrial surfaces, but using only buildings, walls and roofs, a 10% utilization efficiency would meet all the needs for energy, as a sufficient alternative to total energy production. Energy efficiency is needed as a basis for a successful renewable energy implementation and such an implementation is enabled by a solar collector technology, as a profitable and sustainable economy that is thought to be for large cities such as Prishtina, Prizren and Peja, proving that practical implementations have financial opportunities in order to be shown in a green economy. The solar radiation of some cities, the solar collector forms, are adapted to innovative techniques, with third-generation solar cells whose systems are being made from a variety of crystal-like materials except silicon, using traditional solar conversion technology and conductive plastics. Some new solar cells use plastic lenses or mirrors to focus the sunlight on a very small piece of high efficiency PV material. However, since the lenses should be directed to the sun, the use of concentrated collectors is limited to the parts where the system is concentrated. The angle of the azimuth is the orientation and the follower of technological concentrators, and, at the same time it’s also the maximum user of sun’s rays flowing on collector surfaces.

Keywords:

technology collectors, solar radiation, efficiency of energy, azimuth angle

Session Chair

Edmond Hajrizi

Session Co-Chair

Vehebi Sofiu

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 10:45 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 12:15 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.156

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The Benefit of alternative energy from the system of the solar collectors in several cities in Kosovo

Pristina, Kosovo

The potential of solar power is so great in Kosovo that not only theoretically but technically it has generating potential to save consumers from the constant shortages of electricity. Solar energy is free, if Kosovars would cover only 1% of its territory in solar panels - photovoltaic by excluding the terrestrial surfaces, but using only buildings, walls and roofs, a 10% utilization efficiency would meet all the needs for energy, as a sufficient alternative to total energy production. Energy efficiency is needed as a basis for a successful renewable energy implementation and such an implementation is enabled by a solar collector technology, as a profitable and sustainable economy that is thought to be for large cities such as Prishtina, Prizren and Peja, proving that practical implementations have financial opportunities in order to be shown in a green economy. The solar radiation of some cities, the solar collector forms, are adapted to innovative techniques, with third-generation solar cells whose systems are being made from a variety of crystal-like materials except silicon, using traditional solar conversion technology and conductive plastics. Some new solar cells use plastic lenses or mirrors to focus the sunlight on a very small piece of high efficiency PV material. However, since the lenses should be directed to the sun, the use of concentrated collectors is limited to the parts where the system is concentrated. The angle of the azimuth is the orientation and the follower of technological concentrators, and, at the same time it’s also the maximum user of sun’s rays flowing on collector surfaces.