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12/1/2017

Remote Monitoring in Photovoltaic Solar Generation

A photovoltaic solar generation facility is intended to generate electric power from photovoltaic cells. The correct design sizing shall assure the supply of 100% of the power demanded by the installation where the plant will be implemented, so that the electricity bill of the prosumer (consumer-generator) is reduced next to zero, allowing maximum return on the investment. To achieve this goal, limitations such as the physical space and climate conditions need to be observed to assure maximum efficiency of the application. In this article, written by our Brazilian Market Manager Fábio Pfeiffer, you will be able to better understand the operation of a solar photovoltaic plant. To download it click here.

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