The Energy Market Act that took effect in 2001, and the latest developments of relevance to feed-in tariffs, are boosting the appeal of the Turkish energy market among international PV providers. This is also significant for meteocontrol in its role as an innovative provider of PV monitoring and quality assurance services comprised of end-to-end, worry-free solutions for reliable, legally compliant monitoring and control support for PV plant operators. The monitoring solutions offered are designed in line with PV plant requirements and specific customer wishes. Experienced meteocontrol engineers configure the monitoring systems, check for potential on-site wiring problems and resolve any issues that may arise.
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2.1 MWp solar park already in operation
meteocontrol is also proud to announce the successful implementation of remote monitoring at the 2.1 MWp solar park near Korkuteli. The contract called for the complete installation of the PV monitoring solution, including the string current monitoring based on meteocontrol string monitoring stations. Work was completed in 2015. The solar park is managed by the blue’Log X-6000 equipped with two expansion modules. The new generation of data loggers offers innovative functions like the live access of safer’Sun and VCOM to the blue‘Log and a flexibly expandable system to meet the requirements of the future energy landscape. Other benefits include cost savings from system modularity, time-saving commissioning facilitated by a quick-start assistant, reduced capital commitments thanks to efficient warehousing, and increased data security based on encryption.
“Together with our Turkish partners, we assure the optimal operation of both systems, guarantee the highest level of reliability and offer maximum investment protection,” said Martin Schneider, Managing Director of meteocontrol. “We are looking forward to continuing our good business relationship. Other projects in the still nascent Turkish photovoltaic market are now in the planning stage.”