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PV|HARVESTER - Optimize the performance of your Solar PV power plant
Our experience in the field shows that almost every solar PV power plant does not operate at its optimum. Malperformance is literally a waste of money and profit for plant owners and investors. And it creates unnecessary operational risks to lenders and operators. Thus harvesting maximum yields is a gain for owners, lenders and operators! In cooperation with the University of applied Science Upper Austria we developed the PV|HARVESTER - a software based power plant analysis and performance optimizing algorithm. The PV|HARVESTER delivers:
- A detailed and fast performance analysis on string level
- A Clear view on improvement potential
- An in depth health check of the asset
Embedded in our best in class Technical Due Diligence services we provide advisory for cure measures and related cost estimates. The PV|HARVESTER is a highly efficient tool and key lever creating that ratchets up the capital value of the power plant!
Demand-driven Solar PV Systems for Southern African Development Community
deea soultion implements a capacity building project on demand-driven Solar PV systems in Namibia. In October 2016, a battery-backed solar PV power system will be installed and commissioned on the roof of the boarding school of the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) in Windhoek. In addition to the design and installation of the system, the companies deea solutions and Terrawatt will conduct workshops and trainings on demand-driven solar power systems with local personnel. Amongst others, the project aims to collect important information on power outages in the region in order to provide tailored solar system solutions in Namibia and neighboring Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries. More information is available in the related project factsheet.
Renewable Energies in Indonesia
The Report of PricewaterhouseCoopers "The long view: how will the global economic order change by 2050?" sets out our latest long-term global growth projections to 2050 for 32 of the largest economies in the world, accounting for around 85% of world GDP. Indonesia nowadays ranked number 8 will be the 4th powerfully economy in the world. The country is actually in a transition stage. This is also due for its energy sector even tough on an infant level. Renewable energies will play an increasing role in the energy mix of the country, particularly solar, biomass and hydro power. However, especially technical expertise on RE technologies is still limited in the country. deea experts are involved a number of projects in island electrification based on solar driven mini grids and biogas production. More information is available on email@example.com.
Japan – A special case in solar PV
Based on the “Worldwide Solar BoS Cost Reduction Study” of IRENA in cooperation with deea solutions, IRENA has conducted a secondary study on the “Solar PV system cost reduction potential in Japan”.
The characteristics of the BoS market in terms of diversity and dynamics is very different from the PV module and inverter market and becomes an increasingly important factor in the PV industry. The study includes, among other things, the analysis of the current market in Japan, incentive schemes and their impact on pricing to estimate the cost reduction potential.
E-Mobility in South America
The electrification of the transportation sector is crucial to tackling global climate change. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), in order to limit average global temperature increases to 2°C – the critical threshold that scientists say will prevent dangerous climate change – by 2050, 21% of carbon reductions must come from the transport sector. deea solutions has been invited by the German Energy Agency (dena) to implement a solar PV based E-mobility project at the Politecnica Salesiana University, Ecuador. The project is governed by the dena RES program and contains the planning, engineering, procurement, construction and operation of a solar PV based E-mobility showcase project. In addition a RE promotion and marketing program is launched to spur investments in RE technologies “Made in Germany” in Ecuador.