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W ostatnich latach obserwowany jest rozwój zastosowania fotowoltaiki zarówno na świecie, jak i w warunkach krajowych, a tym samym wzrost wykorzystania instalacji w bilansie odnawialnych źródeł energii (OZE). Nieodłącznie powiązana z tym faktem jest spadkowa tendencja cen modułów fotowoltaicznych. Szczególne rozpowszechnienie zyskują mikroinstalacje prosumeckie o mocy do 10 kWp. Dla maksymalizacji pozyskiwania energii słonecznej przy zastosowaniu w gospodarstwie domowym paneli fotowoltaicznych stosowany jest szereg metod. Jedną z możliwości jest sterowanie nachyleniem ogniw, a tym samym regulacja kąta ich posadowienia. Program priorytetowy Prosument (Program priorytetowy 2016) utworzony na podstawie Ustawy o odnawialnych źródłach energii (Ustawa OZE 2015) w pewien sposób zawęża obszar możliwości manipulacji kątem ustawienia paneli fotowoltaicznych. Kąt ten ma z kolei przełożenie na ustalenie wielkości doborowej montowanej instalacji. W niniejszej pracy autorzy przedstawiają metodykę doboru odpowiedniego kąta nachylenia paneli fotowoltaicznych w celu pozyskania przez użytkownika jak największej ilości promieniowania słonecznego na formę użytecznej energii. Jako obszar badań autorzy przyjęli położenie miasta Kraków. Badania przeprowadzano z wykorzystaniem programu komputerowego Matlab, będącego interaktywnym środowiskiem do wykonywania obliczeń naukowych. Do wykonania symulacji wykorzystano model promieniowania słonecznego Haya, Daviesa, Kluchera, Reindla w skrócie – model HDKR. Autorzy określili optymalne kąty posadowienia w zależności od wyznaczonego profilu zapotrzebowania na energię. W następnym kroku określono wielkości potrzebnej mocy liczonej w kWp/MWh zapotrzebowania na energię dla wytypowanej lokalizacji i kąta nachylenia paneli. Obliczenia wykonane w artykule nie uwzględniają sprawności urządzeń pośredniczących ze względu na ich liniowe zależności
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Coal mining is one of the most important sectors of the Polish industry. It can be said that the coal is a national raw material. This results in Poland being a pioneer in the European Union in terms of coal mining as well as its use in the production of electricity and heat. There are many companies in Poland which have been established and developed around the coal mining industry aimed at coal extracting. The operations of those companies depends on the condition of the mining companies and their cooperation with them: commercial, service and advisory, called referred to as “mining supporting companies”. The article focuses on the results of a survey carried out in mining supporting companies, such as mining machinery and equipment manufacturers, mining-related service companies and mining-related research and development institutions. The authors evaluated the relationship and dependence of those companies on the mining industry. It was assumed that the measure of the mining supporting companies condition is the overall quantity of public related payments contributed to the state budget and local budgets. In the article, the authors raised the problem of the size of losses for public finances, as a result of the significant limitations of financial flows from the mining companies. The surveyed companies are those associated with the Polish Mining Chamber of Industry and Commerce. As a result, the authors prepared conclusions regarding the dependence of the mining supporting companies on the situation of the mining subsector.
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Natural gas plays a significant role in the energy structure of many world economies. Many of them are highly dependent on domestic resources exploitation, other on its deliveries from non-domestic directions. In Poland its importance was relatively low, but in recent years we can observe an increase of interest in this raw material. The aim of the paper is to present the role of natural gas as a primary energy carrier and to determine its impact on the sustainable development and energy security of Poland. The role of gas in the European Union restrictions and development of the domestic economy is also a point. Theoretical deliberations are focused on the most important features of the Polish natural gas market. The article presents the most important national regulations concerning the development of the gas sector in Poland. The amount of natural gas resources are shown as well as indigenous production of the fuel and imports, including the directions from which natural gas is imported. Both political and geographical aspects of the directions of natural gas acquisition are discussed. The level and potential abilities of the diversification of the natural gas supply are discussed. The importance of gas storages in underground gas repositories is underlined. The authors point to the increase in the diversification of raw materials in the structure of electricity, heat production and the transition to pro-ecological fuels.
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According to the European Environment Agency (EEA 2018), air quality in Poland is one of the worst in Europe. There are several sources of air pollution, but the condition of the air in Poland is primarily the result of the so-called low-stack emissions from the household sector. The main reason for the emission of pollutants is the combustion of low-quality fuels (mainly low-quality coal) and waste, and the use of obsolete heating boilers with low efficiency and without appropriate filters. The aim of the study was to evaluate the impact of measures aimed at reducing low-stack emissions from the household sector (boiler replacement, change of fuel type, and thermal insulation of buildings), resulting from environmental regulations, on the improvement of energy efficiency and the emission of pollutants from the household sector in Poland. Stochastic energy and mass balance models for a hypothetical household, which were used to assess the impact of remedial actions on the energy efficiency and emission of pollutants, have been developed. The annual energy consumption and emissions of pollutants were estimated for hypothetical households before and after the implementation of a given remedial action. The calculations, using the Monte Carlo simulation, were carried out for several thousand hypothetical households, for which the values of the technical parameters (type of residential building, residential building area, unitary energy demand for heating, type of heat source) were randomly drawn from probability distributions developed on the basis of the analysis of the domestic structure of households. The model takes the coefficients of correlation between the explanatory variables in the model into account. The obtained results were multiplied so that the number of hypothetical households was equal to 14.1 million, i.e. the real number of households in Poland. The obtained results allowed for identifying the potential for reducing the emission of pollutants such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, dust, and nitrogen oxides, and improving the energy efficiency as a result of the proposed and implemented measures, aimed at reducing low-stack emission, resulting from the policy. The potential for emissions of gaseous pollutants is 94% for CO, 49% for NOx, 90% for dust, and 87% for SO2. The potential for improving the energy efficiency in households is around 42%.
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