Fielded SRA system
NRG Systems Inc., a designer and producer of sensible applied sciences for a variety of wind, solar and meteorological functions, is offering solar useful resource evaluation (SRA) techniques to Enel Green Power North America for pre-construction measurement campaigns in all main areas of the United States.
The turnkey techniques seize all related meteorological information, together with soiling and albedo measurements, for correct annual energy manufacturing estimates. The techniques combine with NRG Cloud, an online interface that facilitates distant administration of information, troubleshooting and information logger configuration.
NRG Systems will work with Harness Energy to put in, keep and decommission the SRA techniques, whereas ArcVera Renewables will present information monitoring.
“There are a lot of unknowns in project development, especially given today’s supply chain challenges,” says Thomas Lattanzio, NRG’s gross sales supervisor for North America. “By providing the hardware, software, and supporting services needed to carry out a resource assessment campaign as a holistic package, we can help ensure as much project stability for our customers as possible. We are proud to supply Enel Green Power, the operator of North America’s fifth-largest wind and solar portfolio, with a complete measurement solution that will help them build their solar pipeline in as efficient a manner as possible.”
“Precise and accurate resource assessment has been foundational to Enel Green Power’s solar siting as we have developed and installed several gigawatts of new capacity over the last several years,” states Conor Branch, head of enterprise growth at Enel Green Power North America. “This technology will allow us to continue identifying prime sites in a variety of geographies across North America, enabling us to design efficient projects that contribute to our target of 6.5 GW of new renewable capacity through 2024.”