A GCube report says that the solar industry must institute widespread wildfire mitigation and monitoring practices, or else it stands to suffer major financial losses in the coming years.
pv magazine takes another look at monitoring and mitigation of solar system soiling to answer questions from you, the audience.
The solar industry’s struggle with fire safety is ongoing. Dr. John R. Balfour and Lawrence Shaw have developed a means to begin to estimate the future costs and impacts from reported PV system-sourced fires.
The latest issue of the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Electric Power Monthly report shows renewables setting records once again and accounting for 25% of the country’s April electricity output.
Nobody wants their system to catch fire, yet fire data is historically underreported, making the discovery of causes and development of mitigation plans nearly impossible.
LineVision’s V3 monitoring system will be installed across power lines in the greater Sacramento region for SMUD, monitoring transmission assets to identify if additional capacity is available at certain times where bottlenecks are present and to avoid energy curtailment.
The two resources accounted for 16.8% of total U.S. energy generation in March, up 34.3% over March 2020.
When asset owners don’t take advantage of aerial inspection tools, they may miss a chance to mitigate risk and optimize the health of the DC side of their system… and may leave money on the table.
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