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Title: Analysis of Different Scenarios to Include PV Rooftop Systems with Battery Energy Storage Systems in Olive Mills
Authors: Sánchez-Jiménez, Jose Luis
Muñoz-Rodríguez, Francisco José
Jiménez-Castillo, Gabino
Martinez-Calahorro, Antonio Javier
Rus-Casas, Catalina
Abstract: The industrial sector is not the one with the highest energy consumption but, together with, it represents the most, together with the transport sector, the most polluting ones. Photovoltaic Rooftop systems and battery energy storage systems are very strong candidates to include renewable energy, allowing greater grid autonomy and greenhouse gas mitigation. Therefore, this paper aims to outline it will be provided a methodology based on monitored data to analyze the potential of photovoltaic Rooftops with battery energy storage systems regarding self-consumption and self-sufficiency indices in the industrial sector. Direct self-consumption and self-sufficiency indices, either with or without storage, will be analyzed. In addition, the iso self-consumption and iso self-sufficiency curves are used, which allow us to evaluate the matching between the generation and consumption profiles considering either direct self-consumption or the use of batteries. In this sense, a large, medium, and small olive mill were selected in order to cover the entire spectrum of these industries. Olive mills are suitable candidates for the incorporation of photovoltaic systems since generation profiles match the consumption profiles. However, the size of these systems is highly dependent on the period of consumption to be faced. Regarding batteries, both during the harvest and off-harvest periods, the impact on self-sufficiency becomes significant, reaching increases of up to 10%, depending on the battery capacity used.
Keywords: olive mill
PV Rooftops
iso self-sufficiency curves
iso self-consumption curves
Issue Date: 27-Dec-2023
metadata.dc.description.sponsorship: This research was funded by the Agencia Estatal de Investigación (AEI). Projects oriented towards the ecological transition and the digital transition. (Grant No. TED2021-131137B-I00 “Aportación a la Transición Ecológica en el sector Industrial a través del Autoconsumo Fotovoltaico”). The authors also would like to thank the Project “Contribución al abastecimiento de energía eléctrica en pequeñas y medianas empresas de Andalucía. AcoGED_PYMES”. Ref: 1380927. Programa Operativo Proyectos de ID+i en el marco del Programa Operativo FEDER Andalucía 2014/2020. The authors also acknowledge the support provided by the Thematic Network 723RT0150 “Red para la integración a gran escala de energías renovables en sistemas electricos (RIBIERSE-CYTED)” financed by the call for Thematic Networks of the CYTED (Ibero-American Program of Science and Technology for Development) for 2022.
Publisher: MDPI
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