Innovative solution, deep photovoltaic nowcasting helps solar energy companies to improve the methods of generating solar energy.
FREMONT, CA: The development of solar panels revolutionizes the energy industry. However, the efficiency factor associated with this renewable source is still an issue for many professionals. While expecting immediate technological advancements that concern such a factor seems impractical, accurate energy prediction of every minute helps the energy companies optimize their operations substantially. Short-term or immediate forecasting capability is essential for intelligently managing solar plant operations. Forecasting systems based on predictive data models, climate models, and satellite data based on previous data were mostly inefficient due to their low temporal and spatial resolution. The technology, deep photovoltaic nowcasting can address such a challenge.
Deep voltaic nowcasting offers comprehensive data over future energy generation models. With the heightened dependence on renewable energy sources, grid operators need to make real-time decisions concerning energy generation and distribution patterns. Deep voltaic nowcasting empowers the grid operators with the above conclusions by presenting them with reliable internal as well as external or weather forecasts. Nowcasting on a per-minute or per-second basis uses images of the sky captured by the tools near to the solar panels. Such imageries provide the operators with highly localized data enabling them to make excellent decisions.
This technology needs a camera to be installed on the roof of a building closer to solar panels. The camera captures four images each second to generate an image of vast dynamic varsity followed by a sequence of such images. Such data permits the operators to know when the clouds can obstruct solar energy.
This new technology enables the grid operators to optimize the operational features with the aid of forecasting accurately.