The Digital Twin: a game-changer in PV design

A digital twin is an emerging technology in the PV industry. It offers vast capabilities for measuring PV plant performance and making the best engineering decisions.

The solar industry then and now — how digital tools shape solar engineering

Sophie Nguyen, Senior Technical Support Engineer at PVcase, shares her experience in the development of solar engineering and the constant progress of solar design tools.

Empowering solar engineering with digital twins

On the 24 and 25 of January, PVcase assembled an A-Team to attend the Solar Quality Summit. It was an opportunity for us to organize a workshop on the topic of digital twins in the solar sector.

Slope analysis case study

Unique use cases is the best way to showcase the capabilities of the software. Our slope case study will help you see how our software solves complex solar engineering issues.

Fixed tilt vs tracker system comparison for ground-mounted PV systems

It’s not a secret that PV designers have to consider the long-term costs of all PV installation components. Everything from groundwork to cabling and even shading has to be considered before the work starts because any alterations to a large-scale project will cost both time and money.

Advancing Solar Projects with Ground Grading

The solar industry is constantly innovating and improving, yet there are staples of any solar park that are present in every project. Understanding what to expect at the beginning of the construction and knowing how to navigate potential challenges, or how to avoid them altogether, could greatly boost the performance of the solar park, as well as reduce expenses.

What is solar LCoE?

The levelized cost of energy (LCoE) stands for average cost of the energy produced throughout the life of various energy-generating assets. In terms of power plants, LCoE meaning is tied to how much it costs to generate a single unit of electricity over the lifetime of the plant, and is often marked as dollars per megawatt hour ($/MWh).

How to mitigate shading losses in PV systems?

The irradiance that a PV module receives has a significant impact on its power output. When selecting a suitable installation site, it’s best to focus on locations that offer easy and straight access to sunlight, since it naturally increases project efficiency.

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