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Abstract

Telemonitoring systems have been installed in seven solar systems in Greece, in Attica, Kos and Crete. Two of these systems are domestic hot water systems with a pump. This paper presents the basic principles of the telemonitoring method as well as the typical results of measurements taken hourly, daily and monthly in hotels. The aim of the measurements is the optimal operation of the systems, given that their operation is monitored from a central station on a daily basis. Telemonitoring systems constitute a necessary prerequisite for the provision of a minimal solar contribution guarantee by the producer of the solar system to the user.

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Authors: PAFELIAS T A, CRES, Pikermi (GR);TSONIS J, CRES, Pikermi (GR);NIKOLINAKOU E, CRES, Pikermi (GR);GILLIAERT D, JRC Ispra (IT)
Bibliographic Reference: Paper presented: 4th National Conference on Renewable Energy Sources, Xanthi (GR), October 6-8, 1992
Availability: Available from (1) as Paper EL 37204 ORA
Record Number: 199211463 / Last updated on: 1994-11-29
Category: PUBLICATION
Original language: el
Available languages: el