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IEEE 1562 Guide for Array and Battery Sizing
in Stand-Alone Photovoltaic Systems

Welcome to the P1562 Work Group (WG) site. The purpose of this site is to facilitate development of the P1562 recommended practive while providing external communication of our progress.

IEEE 1562 is published and available from IEEE. To purchase this standard or for information about pricing and availability, go to the IEEE store and search for this standard by number. For questions about this standard, contact Peter McNutt. For questions about SCC21 standards development and new projects, contact SCC21 Secretary Tom Basso.


Guide Title:
IEEE 1562TM-2007 Guide for Array and Battery Sizing in Stand-Alone Photovoltaic (PV) Systems.

Scope:
This guide provides information to assist in sizing the array and battery of a stand-alone photovoltaic (PV) system. Systems considered in this guide consist of PV as the only power source and a battery for energy storage. These systems also commonly employ controls to protect the battery form being over or under charged, and may employer a power conversion subsystem (inverter or converter).

Purpose:
The purpose of this guide is to provide procedures to size the PV array and battery according to accepted methods to improve the performance,
cost-effectiveness and lifetimes of stand-alone PV systems. The issues of array utilization, battery charge efficiency and system losses are also considered in terms of their effect on system sizing. These procedures are intended to assist designers, manufacturers, system integrators, users and laboratories with information necessary for sizing, modeling, and evaluating the performance of stand-alone PV systems.


(Last modified 09/12/2012 Komomua)