New Strategy to Optimize Photovoltaic Systems by the Operations Research Methods
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In the field of energy development, the optimization of the system’s performances had become an important choice in the energy policy around the world since the furious growth of the energy cost. Thereby, the optimization in the photovoltaic technology has become one among the most subjects studied by the scientists in the field of renewable energy optimization. The present paper contains a new strategy to optimize photovoltaic systems by a shortest path algorithm. The software created requires a basic knowledge of the photovoltaic specification. After running this algorithm, it will be evident to select the optimal choice in a variety of possible existing system.
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