SunSat™ time series, the weather and irradiance historical data In order to provide to project developers the best weather and irradiance data, Reuniwatt has developed the product SunSat™ time series. Thanks to SunSat™, the satellite imagery processing technology, which has been internally developed by our R&D team. We harvest images from five geostationary satellites (currently Meteosat-8, Meteosat-10, Himawari-8, GOES-East and GOES-East) to generate a highly
DEIF’s controller systems and Reuniwatt’s ground imagers are compatible to optimise PV consumption on hybrid projects
French leading solar forecasting provider Reuniwatt and Danish global market leader in control solutions for decentralised power production have just signed a compatibility certificate for hybrid projects. A huge perspective for industrial microgrid applications Hybrid projects including a solar installation coupled with diesel generators are being increasingly used in remote locations for various purposes including rural electrification, mining and agriculture. In such isolated areas, PV
The 7th and 8th of November will take place Solar Asset Management Europe, the conference dedicated to the optimization of the PV plants and portfolio operation and management. During two days, O&M service providers, asset managers an other industry stakeholders share their best practices and discuss about the key challenges that the activity will face in the coming years. Once again, Reuniwatt will take part
Solar power plant operators (Asset Managers, O&M service providers) and project developers face well-known technical difficulties concerning the irradiance measurement (with tools such as a pyranometer): wiring difficulties, poor data reliability and limited access to the database…. Taking into account the feedback from field experience, Reuniwatt has developed the Solar InCell, a turnkey device that solves these down-to-earth complications linked with GHI and GTI measurement.
While UK has been the leading european solar market for 3 years in a row and reached the 12 GW mark earlier this year, the need for accurate solar forecasts on the spot markets is growing. For this reason, Reuniwatt developed the Country Forecasts – predictions of the variable renewable production (solar and wind) of entire countries – for the United Kingdom territory.
Reuniwatt is now a member of the Utility Variable-Generation Integration Group (UVIG). UVIG is the leading source of global expertise for wind and solar operations and power system integration. It is the only professional organization exclusively focused on providing one-of-a-kind industry insights, research and advancements; the acceleration of industry change through timely research, analysis and distribution of relevant information; and access to a collection of global
This year again, Reuniwatt will participate in the International Conference on Energy & Meteorology, organised by the World Energy & Meteorology Council (WEMC). The WEMC is a non-profit organisation devoted to promoting and enhancing the interaction between the energy industry and the weather, climate and broader environmental sciences community. The conference theme for ICEM 2017 is: Challenges in Weather, Climate & Water Services for Energy. It will
French solar forecasting pioneer Reuniwatt and German leading provider of technical consulting and monitoring solutions for PV systems meteocontrol GmbH have decided to intensify their business relationship. The partnership concerns real-time estimations and intraday forecasts for different sites in Asia. The need for satellite data in China and Japan Since 2014, meteocontrol has been getting a growing demand from Asian market players who are looking
From the 31st of May to the 2nd of June 2017, will take place Intersolar, the largest solar market trade show in Europe. Around 40,000 visitors will have the opportunity to meet in Munich more than 1,000 companies active in the sector. Intersolar, the crossroad of solar energy market players After three successful participations since 2014, Reuniwatt will present its cutting-edge technologies and its tailor-made products. The
'Understanding Clouds' was the theme of World Meteorological Day 2017 (on 23/03) to highlight the enormous importance of clouds for weather climate and water. Clouds are central to weather observations and forecasts. Clouds are one of the key uncertainties in the study of climate change. Clouds play a critical role in the water cycle and shaping the global distribution of water resources. Have a look