Quality, Productivity and Performance Relationship in Renewable Energy Systems
|Research Area:||Volume 6,Issue 1, Jan. 2017||Year:||2017|
|Type of Publication:||Article||Keywords:||Quality, Productivity, Performance, Renewable Energy, Solar Energy|
In this study, Quality, Productivity and Performance Relationship in renewable energy systems are examined in terms of Standards and Quality Management, Process Approach and System, Resource Management and installation. This study initially focuses on the concepts of quality, productivity, performance, skill, effort, education continuity, consistence and sustainability, and the relations between them. Then, providing examples from renewable energy systems, process, process management and the importance of process approach is discussed. In this study, the role of adopting the process approach in increasing the performance, productivity and effectiveness and the needed processes for a management system are emphasized. The effect of human source on processes, the role of technical staff in the process, employment of technical and vocational schools in the sector are dealt with. Then, factors causing performance losses and energy feasibility in renewable energy sources and uncertainties are dwelled on. In the study, handling the processes within the frame of respect towards humans, other entities, living beings and environment, the efficient and effective use of finite natural resources without harming the environment, spreading the understanding of using the resources to meet the needs without wasting them, raising ecological consciousness and sensitivity are focused on and the need for handling environment, energy and quality concepts together for the purpose of fostering quality life and environmental conscience are emphasized. Finally, electricity need, production and diversification are dwelled on.
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