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Steadysun will be exhibiting at the WETEX 2018 (Dubai), October 23-25, 2018

Visit us at our booth DQ15 in Arena-2 and discover our latest innovative solar forecasting solutions. Contact us to schedule a meeting at the show.

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Steadysun will present a paper at the 8th Solar Integration Workshop on October, 17 in Stockholm

Steadysun will present its work on the “Integration of Short-term PV Forecasts in Control Strategies of PV-Diesel Systems” carried out in partnership with the French National Institute of Solar Energy (CEA-INES).

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Steadysun attended the 7th Microgrid Global Innovation Forum on September, 11-13 in London

Steadysun joined the Pre-Conference Workshop on Microgrid Economics Analysis and Financing on Tuesday September, 11st. We shared our experience with attendees regarding the way our innovative solar forecasting solutions enable effective solar generation penetration in microgrid projects’ driving LCOE down.

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Case Studies

2018-01 / Integration of a large-scale photovoltaic power plant into a Central American network

Integration of a large-scale photovoltaic power plant into a Central American network As in all regions well exposed to the sun like Central America, photovoltaic energy is expanding. As it is the case here for this 60 MW plant, large-scale projects can be implemented for the network. On January 22, sunny weather was forecast by…

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2017-09 / Trading / 2017-09 / A portfolio of photovoltaic solar plants in Italy

A portfolio of photovoltaic solar plants in Italy If we consider the same prevision quality, the size and compositions of a portfolio have an impact on the variances between planned and actual power generation. The case of September 7th related to a portfolio of about 20 plants illustrates this point.  This is a rather chaotic…

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2017-06 / Solar PV plant with storage in an insular grid

Solar PV plant with storage in an insular grid In the Martinique Island (French oversea territory in the Caribbean), the grid stability can be seriously affected by the variability of the solar PV production. The larger-scale integration of this energy, will go with the addition of storage capacities and an adapted management system which integrates…

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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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