Evaluation of Solar Energy Performance for Architectural Space - A case Study on Kaohsiung National Stadium
|關鍵字:||太陽能;高雄世運主場館;再生能源;Solar Energy;Kaohsiung National Stadium;Renewable Energy|
Over the past few years, global warming and energy supply problems have raised social awareness about energy conservation and carbon reduction, and have also steadily influenced trends in building design. The Taiwan government has even added in its building technology regulations a section dedicated to green construction, which has made Taiwan become one of the world’s first advanced countries to require green buildings that facilitate energy conservation, carbon reduction, and ecological sustainable development. Consequently, this study will review domestic and overseas literature and rely on test cases. For example, cases like Kaohsiung National Stadium will be examined to determine the effectiveness of Taiwan's current solar energy technology applications in buildings. This study's appraisal of benefits demonstrates that at the World Games Main Stadium, a design was carried out with considerations for a solar power system in the integration of electrical power systems. Also, with a connection to city electricity and consideration given to the solar power module's angle of reception during installation, actual electrical power generated in 2009 was 1,300,247(kWh), approximately 116% of the estimated annual electrical power generation of 1,121,219 (kWh). This shows that the benefits of the power generated by the Kaohsiung National Stadium's solar power system were higher than anticipated. At that time, Taiwan's electricity price return mechanisms, whether in terms of equipment subsidies or price subsidies, were inferior to advanced countries. Even though the Kaohsiung National Stadium could produce more electrical power than anticipated, because of a low degree of return from the price subsidy mechanism, the repayment period for the solar power system could not be reduced. Even though the Ministry of Economic Affairs increased subsidies at the end of April in 2009, it is still uncertain if funding is sufficient. This study suggests that the government provide a sustained subsidy budget for power generating equipment and a guarantee of electrical price subsides similar in scope to those of other advanced countries, so as to increase the number of related solar power system installations in the future, and to promote the concept and development of green energy.
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