Distributed PV Power Station
A distributed PV power station is a power generation system that utilizes distributed resources, has a relatively small installed capacity, and is arranged in the vicinity of user. It is usually connected to the grid at 35 kV or lower. It employs photovoltaic (PV) modules to directly convert solar energy into electric energy.As a new promising mode of comprehensive utilization of power generation and energy, it advocates the principles of nearby power generation, nearby grid connection, nearby conversion, and nearby application, which can not only effectively increase the electric energy production of PV power station in the same size but also solve the problem of electric power loss during voltage boosting and long-distance transfer.
Monocrystalline silicon PV modules receive solar energy and convert it into direct current (DC) electrical energy which is then converted into alternating current (AC) by the PV inverter. The client may select the mode of all transferred to grid or generation for own use and residual transferred to grid.The mode of all connected to grid means that the electric energy is all transferred to the state grid to obtain direct benefit, while the mode of generation for own use and residual transferred to grid means the electric energy is supplied through the switch box of grid connection to the client for its own use, with the residual transferred to the state grid to obtain direct benefit.