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*  Total solar radiation on the inclined surfaces and vertical surfaces for different orientations have also been estimated.
 
*  Total solar radiation on the inclined surfaces and vertical surfaces for different orientations have also been estimated.
 
===[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2007.09.015 Towards a local learning (innovation) model of solar photovoltaic deployment]<ref>Shum, Kwok L., Watanabe, Chihiro,"Towards a local learning (innovation) model of solar photovoltaic deployment"</ref>===
 
===[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2007.09.015 Towards a local learning (innovation) model of solar photovoltaic deployment]<ref>Shum, Kwok L., Watanabe, Chihiro,"Towards a local learning (innovation) model of solar photovoltaic deployment"</ref>===
''Abstract'' -It is by now familiar that in the deployment of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, the cost dynamics of major system component like solar cell/module is subjected to experience curve effects driven by production learning and research and development at the supplier side. What is less clear, however, is the economics of system integration or system deployment that takes place locally close to the user, involving other market players, in the downstream solar PV value chain. Experts have agreed that suppliers of solar PV system must customize their flexible characteristics to address local unique users’ and applications requirements and compete on price/performance basis. A lack of understanding of the drivers of the economics of system customization therefore is a deficiency in our understanding of the overall economics of this renewable energy technology option.
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'''Abstract''' -It is by now familiar that in the deployment of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, the cost dynamics of major system component like solar cell/module is subjected to experience curve effects driven by production learning and research and development at the supplier side. What is less clear, however, is the economics of system integration or system deployment that takes place locally close to the user, involving other market players, in the downstream solar PV value chain. Experts have agreed that suppliers of solar PV system must customize their flexible characteristics to address local unique users’ and applications requirements and compete on price/performance basis. A lack of understanding of the drivers of the economics of system customization therefore is a deficiency in our understanding of the overall economics of this renewable energy technology option.
    
* Definiation of Balance of System.
 
* Definiation of Balance of System.
 
* Trend for BOS.   
 
* Trend for BOS.   
* Economies of scope for deployment of PV.  
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* Economies of scope for deployment of PV.
 
      
===[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2007.10.019 Community renewable energy: What should it mean?]<ref>Gordon Walker,  Patrick Devine-Wright,"Community renewable energy: What should it mean?"</ref>===
 
===[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2007.10.019 Community renewable energy: What should it mean?]<ref>Gordon Walker,  Patrick Devine-Wright,"Community renewable energy: What should it mean?"</ref>===
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