Current Status of Solar-Thermal and Solar-Photovoltaic Technology Development at the International Level


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Authors

  • Marley Vanegas-Chamorro Research Group KAÍ, Department of Chemical Engineering, Universidad del Atlántico, Puerto Colombia, Barranquilla Metropolitan Area-081007, Atlántico, Colombia,
  • María Mercedes Cely-Bautista Research Group KAÍ, Department of Chemical Engineering, Universidad del Atlántico, Puerto Colombia, Barranquilla Metropolitan Area-081007, Atlántico, Colombia, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2980-8807
  • Eunice Villicaña-Ortiz Universidad de Ingeniería y Tecnología, Departamento de Ingeniería Mecánica e Ingeniería de la Energía, (511) 230 5000 anexo 4212, Jr. Medrano Silva 165, Barranco, Lima-Perú,
  • Daniel Mendoza-Cáceres Universidad del Atlántico, Department of Industrial Engineering, Universidad del Atlántico, Puerto Colombia, Barranquilla Metropolitan Area-081007, Atlántico, Colombia,
  • Valeria Visbal-Vanegas Universidad del Norte, Department of International Business, Kilómetro 5 Vía, Puerto Colombia, Metropolitan Area of Barranquilla, Colombia. https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1680-8226

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32479/ijeep.13699

Keywords:

Solar-Thermal Energy, Solar-Photovoltaic Energy, Emerging Technologies, Bibliometric Studies, Scientometric Research

Abstract

This article shows the trend in the development of solar thermal and solar photovoltaic technologies and their impact on developing more efficient and sustainable systems based on a bibliometric and scientometric study from 2000-2022. By conducting a bibliometric analysis, the incidence of publications related to the topic was determined, concerning the countries with the highest production, institutions, most representative authors, and keyword analysis, among others; in addition, the study of patents related to the topic was analyzed. The databases Scopus, Journal citation report, Espacenet software, and different computer tools were used for the analysis. The results showed that the countries with the most significant impact and production of technologies are the United States, India, China, Spain, and Brazil, which account for more than 50% of the total. The United States is the country that produces the most patents

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Author Biographies

Marley Vanegas-Chamorro, Research Group KAÍ, Department of Chemical Engineering, Universidad del Atlántico, Puerto Colombia, Barranquilla Metropolitan Area-081007, Atlántico, Colombia,

Ph.D. Technology, diversification, quality and energy savingenergy saving, University of Oviedo, Spain.M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, Universidad del Valle, Colombia.Chemical Engineer, Universidad del Atlántico, ColombiaProfessor of Engineering, Universidad del Atlántico, Colombia

María Mercedes Cely-Bautista, Research Group KAÍ, Department of Chemical Engineering, Universidad del Atlántico, Puerto Colombia, Barranquilla Metropolitan Area-081007, Atlántico, Colombia,

Ph.D. MSc. Ma. Mercedes Cely B.Professor- Mechanical Engineering ProgramFaculty of Engineering-University of Atlantico

Eunice Villicaña-Ortiz , Universidad de Ingeniería y Tecnología, Departamento de Ingeniería Mecánica e Ingeniería de la Energía, (511) 230 5000 anexo 4212, Jr. Medrano Silva 165, Barranco, Lima-Perú,

Electronic Engineer, Instituto Tecnológico de Orizaba: Orizaba, MexicoMaster in Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency (Energy) Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha - Campus de Albacete: Albacete, Castilla-La Mancha, SpainPh.D in Technology, Diversification, Quality and Energy Saving (Energy), University of Oviedo, Spain. Professor of the Energy Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Program, University of Engineering and Technology, Lima, Peru.

Daniel Mendoza-Cáceres, Universidad del Atlántico, Department of Industrial Engineering, Universidad del Atlántico, Puerto Colombia, Barranquilla Metropolitan Area-081007, Atlántico, Colombia,

Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Universidad del Atlantico.

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Published

2022-11-28

How to Cite

Vanegas-Chamorro, M., Cely-Bautista, M. M., Villicaña-Ortiz , E., Mendoza-Cáceres, D., & Visbal-Vanegas, V. (2022). Current Status of Solar-Thermal and Solar-Photovoltaic Technology Development at the International Level. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 12(6), 112–122. https://doi.org/10.32479/ijeep.13699

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