Weather Monitoring for C&I PV Installations

The potential across the solar energy market does not cease to grow. In the latest episode of OTT CAST, we take a look at the rapidly growing Commercial and Industrial (C&I) segment. C&I scale plants combine advantages of smaller and larger installations: Being flexible in size and power output, C&I installations equipped with storage capacities can support the stability of the grid while offering benefits of distributed generation. Don’t miss if you’re interested in the following topics:

  • C&I Solar is projected to grow at 11% CAGR from 2021-2025 and will play a pivotal role in the near future (iea.org)
  • The impact of atmospheric conditions on plant performance
  • Appropriate environmental monitoring for C&I scale PV installations

With regard of the rapidly growing C&I segment in North America, OTT HydroMet launches the new WS50PV in that region, a compact all-in-one weather sensor to measure the most critical parameters for C&I PV monitoring. With the WS50PV, C&I plant operators in North America reliably capture air temperature, wind speed, wind direction, relative humidity, and barometric pressure with a compact and cost-effective solution.

Download the product guide to learn more about the new WS50PV, the growing C&I segment, and atmospheric monitoring for PV plants.

Disclaimer: The WS50PV is only available in North America

 

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