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Weatherzone and Steadysun announce technical and commercial partnership for Australia / New Zealand

WEATHERZONE and STEADYSUN have signed a commercial and technological cooperation agreement to offer comprehensive and state-of-the-art solar production forecasting solutions for energy networks and market operators as well as energy traders in Australia and New Zealand.

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USA, Chile, South Africa, India, Australia,… STEADYSUN is presenting its operating experience.

USA, Chile, South Africa, India, Australia,… During the 3rd National Conference " Renewable Energy Intégration and electricity storage ", we will present our feedback from operating experiences in the field of solar power forecasting.

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European Utility Week 2016

On 15-17 November Steadysun will attend at EUW 2016 in Barcelona ! Come to visit us at booth 3B48, we will be happy to welcome you !

To fix a meeting, please contact us at contact@steady-sun.com.

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Month Forecast

2016-11 / SteadySat / Self-consumption

Residential self-consumption The software solutions allowing to maximize the self-consumption require to have access to forecasts of solar production. We have here the example of an individual house with a 3 kWc rooftop installation. It is located on the slope of a mountain so that the sun is masked in winter very early in the…

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2016-08 / STEADYMET / Power grid management / Trading

August: Large gaps in Belgian photovoltaic power production Belgium reaches 3,2 GWc of installed PV power. Photovoltaic power covers close to 4% of the country's total electricity needs. The solar output may show strong variations from one day to the next. As a result, on August 11th at midday, the production was around 500 MWh…

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2016-06 / STEADYSAT / Self-consumption

Germany : Self-consumption for a commercial building. In order to maximize the self-consumption of the photovoltaic output, forecasting the production is a reliable or even an essential solution. Here we have the example of a commercial building in Germany. The 115 KWc solar plant is oriented southeast with modules at an angle of 30°. The…

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> SteadyMet

6 hours > 240 hours

A production forecast for the coming days is produced using meteorological models and the available production data...

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> SteadySat

30 minutes > 6 hours

Combined with weather forecasts, satellite imagery allows the evolution of the cloud cover and the production profile to be refined for the hours to come...

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> SteadyEye

1 minute > 30 minutes

Using the additional instrumentation on site which takes pictures of the sky, a production forecast for the coming minutes is proposed...

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