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New Report on “Earthing and Lightning Protection for Solar Plants”

·        The UNDP DREG project recently released the report “Earthing and Lightning Protection for PV Plants”. Following the workshop that was held during May 2016 discussing the same topic, this guideline report is now available for pickup either from the DREG Office or the LCEC Office both at the Ministry of Energy and Water. The report, developed and published with a special focus on a Lebanese application, aims at establishing a common and general procedure to ensure safety for persons and equipment working in solar PV plants. Due to the PV market’s development characteristics that can be foreseen in Lebanon, it focuses on PV plants that are interconnected to a client’s electrical distribution grid. The report can also be downloaded online from:

      http://www.lb.undp.org/content/lebanon/en/home/library/environment_energy/The-Earthing-and-Lightning-Overvoltage-Protection-for-PV-Plants-Guideline-Report.html.

 

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