Trace Software International is now a member of the Spanish Photovoltaic Union UNEF
Trace Software International – the leader in manufacturing advanced engineering software solutions since 1987, is proud to announce the company is now a member of the Spanish Photovoltaic Union (UNEF).
Committed to the highest level of operational excellence and innovation, UNEF represents the main official source of information on the photovoltaic industry in Spain, which offers multiple benefits to its 400 members:
- Legal defense and institutional representation of the interests of the photovoltaic sector at a national and international level.
- Technical and legal consultancy service to resolve the various consultations on regulation and litigation, including aids, subsidies, patents, industrial properties, taxation on R+D and protection of personal data amongst others.
- Support in the internationalization of the Spanish PV sector In collaboration with ICEX Spain Export and Investment.
- Training, conferences, and seminars.
- Promotion of a networking platform: a unique channel of communication which foster the dialogue and create synergies in between its members.
The decision to join the Spanish Photovoltaic Union demonstrates Trace Software International’s firm commitment to sustainable development and low emission economy in order to create long- term value.
archelios™ Suite is the advanced PV engineering software solution manages the entirety of a wide range of PV projects such as rooftop photovoltaic installations, large solar power plants, grid-connected PV power or self-consumption systems. The tool includes three main applications- archelios™ Pro, archelios™ Calc, and archelios™ O&M– to help professionals reaching the utmost precision and the greatest performance along with all the phases of the PV project: feasibility study and 3D design, electrical sizing and compliance, execution and PV monitoring.
The leading role of photovoltaics in the Spanish market
The Spanish solar market is experiencing a very exciting phase of reignition after a government decree eliminated bureaucratic hurdles, the reduction of production and installations costs and the promotion of a better framework for self-consumption.
According to the National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan, PV energy in Spain will go from the current 4.7 GW to 34 GW by 2030.
“The Spanish electricity market is experiencing an exciting moment of consolidation of PV technology as the new market leader in the next decade, in which the Spain PV market will be confirmed as one of the largest markets in Europe. Tenders, PPAs, merchant, and self-consumption are the different sectors that PV is going to cover,” states José Donoso, General Director of UNEF.