Energy systems around the world are expected to change profoundly in the coming decades; by 2035, renewables are forecasted to make up more than 50 percent of generation and that is a historic shift away from fossil fuel. In this scenario, photovoltaic power has acquired increasingly significant relevance. Trace Software International renews its firm commitment to sustainable development and low emission economy and it is now a member of the Spanish Photovoltaic Union (UNEF). The Spanish solar market is experiencing a very exciting phase of reignition after the elimination of bureaucratic hurdles by a government decree, 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. 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.
Bifacial modules catalog of archelios™
archelios™ is a professional design software which provides an accurate yield simulation and bankability analysis for any photovoltaic project. The software allows the management of bifacial modules and provides a catalog regularly enriched.
Also, it has several features such as:
– a geolocalized 3D mock-up, which simulates the environment thanks to a specific pattern layout which defines the optimal configuration (height, tilt, orientation, row spacing).
– precise definition of the implantation surfaces albedo
– shadow simulation
– definition of monthly production with hourly profiles
archelios™ O&M – Introduction to the advanced PV monitoring software
archelios™ O&M is a PV Monitoring software solution, and it benefits of a PV BIM mock-up design for advanced operation and maintenance.
This monitoring system detects any PV plant anomaly and provides a clear localization, and immediate access, particularly in large plants.