In order for solar energy to become a true “Baseload” player, it will need to provide dependability, predictability, and flexibility. And while storage will certainly be a crucial component in this transition, smart control systems are necessary to provide full control over assets. As markets shift away from PPA to Open Markets with time-of-day pricing, project profitability will no longer just depend on generation maximization and cost reduction but increasingly depend on the ability to effectively interface with the open market.
Centralized control of PV plants to increase profitability, flexibility, and predictability
This new reality requires a solution that monitors, controls, and manages PV plants from end to end. For this to happen, it is not enough for each field component, (i.e. inverters, trackers, batteries) to try and optimize on their own, rather there must be a central optimization engine that provides command and control in real-time based on a dynamically changing environment.
SolarGik’s Orchestration Master Application (SOMA), is an all-in-one site management software for optimizing solar plant performance. It is an on-premise intelligent solution linking the various field-level components thus allowing for smooth, dependent, and predictable energy generation. The SOMA also has cloud-based monitoring capabilities for performance tracking, asset management, and O&M optimization.
A lightweight structure that is +30% lighter than the competition 20-25KG per kWp
High MTBF Dirt and dew minimization Mechanical clipping - extending inverter and panel lifetime
Proprietary solar tracking algorithms, as well as satellite data and weather analytics
Data analytics Real-time plant model Smart energy shifting
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