Valentin Software is presenting the next generation of PV Sol premium

6/24/16, 11:00 AM -

Berlin-based software company Valentin Software has revised its design and simulation software PV Sol. So designers and operators can simulate precise yield calculations and perform detailed calculations, allowing for government subsidies.

Valentin Software is presenting the next generation of PV Sol premium
Valentin Software is presenting the next generation of PV Sol premium

PV Sol premium 2016 offers the possibility of importing floor plans, cadastral maps and screenshots from web-based satellite maps directly into the 3D visualization and then including them in users’ projects to scale. The dimensions, orientation and the mutual distances of 3D objects like buildings and trees can therefore be determined easily and without an on-site appointment.

By tracing a floor plan, the program can automatically detect and create the standard 3D objects. It then adjusts the dimensions, orientation and position of the object in the plan. The further feed-in tariffs decrease, the more important it is to take the self-consumption of PV electricity into consideration for the profitability of a photovoltaic system. As self-consumption can be increased by storing the PV electricity in battery systems, the dimensioning of the battery system is also of great importance. PV Sol is a tool for the correct dimensioning of systems, as well as for determining the profitability.

All PV Sol versions are available in English, French, German, Italian, Polish and Spanish. The reports can also be produced in many other languages. Furthermore Valentin has adapted T Sol, its simulation software for solar thermal systems, in accordance with current funding guidelines. Valentin Software will present its new products from June 22 to 24, 2016 at Intersolar Europe in Munich at the booth A3.395.

For more information on PV Sol and T Sol see www.valentin-software.com/en/products