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Palestinian energy sector has a big challenges which arises due to rapid increase in electrical demand, limited in traditional energy sources due to unstable conditions and high cost of fuel used to generate electricity. Recently, implementation of renewable energy resources such as photovoltaic systems (PVs) used as a solution to reduce the prices and utilities dependency on suppliers. There is significant potential for the use of the photovoltaic solar energy in countries like Palestine which receive abundant amounts of solar radiation around the year. The radiation in the surface of the sun 3.838*1023, 1400w/m2 at the boundary of atmosphere and 1000w/m2 as global standard test condition (STC).There are many researches concerning photovoltaic systems executed in Palestine by individuals and utikities, the main projects summarized as follows: 1- Dead sea project: in Jericho, established in 2014 as on land project, with power capacity of 708 KW. 2- JICA project: in Jericho, established in 2012 as on land project, with power capacity of 30KW. 3-Coca Cola Co: in Ramallah, established in 2016 as roof top project, with power capcity of 300KW. 4- Al-AHLI Hospital: in hebron, established in 2015 as roof top project, with power capacity of 200KW. 5- Hebron University: in Hebron, established in 2016 as roof top and on land project with power capacity of 230KW. 6- MLR CO: In Bethlehem, established in 2016 as roof top and on land project, with power capacity of 200KW.This paper dicuss modification of implemented Dead Sea PV project in Jericho (-300 below the sea level, latitude 31.86 and longitude is 35.46) that executed by JDECO company in 2014, with power rating of 708KW, constructed on 10000m2 land and consists of 2360 panel and 13 inverter. The goal of this modification is to increase thw capacity of this station up to 1MW on the available limited area and convert it into hybrid station and to increase the overall capacity of the station from 1200MWH/year to 1801MWH/year.

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2018-03-12
2019-10-20
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