Dinoiu, Adrian Nicolae; Pop, Emil; Barbu, Ioana Camelia
November 2010
Revista Minelor / Mining Revue;Nov2010, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p15
Academic Journal
One aspect not for ignoring in renewable energy is the monitoring of renewable energy systems. We need this measurement to know their characteristics, and their evolution over time. We need to know when they are working properly and when they can produce energy. Thus, in this paper is developed a monitoring system for the renewable energy systems.


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