A decisive factor for the type and scope of the optimisation outline is also whether a photovoltaic system should be dismantled after the end of the EEG period or whether it should continue to be operated in the long term (post-EEG use).
USE POTENTIAL, INCREASE RETURNS
Optimisation measures offer operators real opportunities to use space more effectively. Current solar modules are more efficient and today only require about half the area, which results in a great potential for system expansions or new installations (park-in-park).
The existing infrastructure can significantly reduce construction costs again. In addition, the CO2 balance of park-in-park systems is significantly better than that of completely new solar power plants.
OPTIMISATION IN 5 STEPS
There are no unexpected costs and unpleasant surprises in terms of profitability, because precise analyses are the basis for our optimal solution and implementation. This is how we keep our performance promise.
Performance analysis to identify underperformance and thus realising optimisation potential
Testing and evaluation on site through inspections and measurements (e.g. IU characteristic curve or CTPM measurement during operation)
CLARIFICATION OF GUARANTEE AND WARRANTY CLAIMS
Check, demand and prove manufacturer guarantees and warranty claims
Development of an holistic concept including all technical requirements.
In compliance with the applicable laws (e.g. EEG) and conformity with the feed-in conditions of the network operator
REVAMPING / REPOWERING EXECUTION
Responsible management and implementation of the construction measures including logistics, co-ordination with all those involved and commissioning measurements