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How is the Indian Solar Industry Adapting Nascent Monitoring Technology?
The key highlight of the 4th Indian Energy Forum addresses the global sustainability commitments ensuring digital innovation across all the energy systems. With photovoltaics proceeding to become the most reliable alternative energy resource, the scope of new-age technologies such as integrated arrays, remote monitoring, etc. constitutes a significant role.
Vrinda Nano Technologies – VNT
Monday, March 21, 2022
All energy infrastructures are complex, and many factors are at play. But to optimize solar energy production and streamline operations, automated processes and predictive maintenance are necessary. Having commissioned the target of 100 GW of solar PV by 2022, the challenges amidst the production of grid-interactive facilities persist.
Photovoltaics are subjected to irradiation, downtime, and power disruptions that undermine the power potential of solar panels. Thus, systems with monitoring facilities stand effective in the long-term, as real-time monitoring offers data regarding the overall performance, energy generation, damage, etc. After all this utility, there has been minimal government address of how necessary these monitoring systems are.
However, with ongoing innovations and asset holders’ continual efforts, the far-sighted vision of the PV market to shine like the sun seems promising.
In the unfortunate times of covid crisis, digital transformation has speed up and businesses adapting to such new-age technological advancements are evident. Considering the same, IoT-based monitoring systems have enabled companies to remotely examine performance parameters and locate the point of incompetence. Remote monitoring systems have not only aided in the accessibility of monitoring off-grid systems that are located in extremely isolated locations but also made it cost-effective.
The challenges inherent with pacing remote monitoring technology can seamlessly offset with policy support.
Following is a statement from Mr. Rahul Sharma, CEO, and Director of Vrinda Nano Technologies, India:
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