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  1. Hello Jakub, 1. I would like to ask how to understand the parameter "Price of Electricity sold to Third Party"? I noticed that it does not change "Revanue or Savings" regardless of the value entered. This is only used if you have selected the Energy Balance/Feed-in concept “Surplus feed-in”. In this case if no feed-in tariff is selected or the feed-in tariff has expired because you have a longer assessment period than validity of the tariff then the “"Price of Electricity sold to Third Party" is considered. This can be used if you don’t get any money for the energy you f
  2. Dear James, I was in contact with someone from Trina some weeks ago and they have entered some new products but the specified one was not amongst them. Solis hasn't entered anything during the last to months. So, the 5G inverters are still not in the database. I will contact both manufacturers and ask them to enter the new products. The next database update is planned for beginnig of next week. Best regards Sixten
  3. Hello Vishnu, I guess it has to do with the annual average return on capital employed. Per default it is set to a value of 1 %. You can find it in the general parameters of the financial analysis. It represent the inflation of the money during the assessment period. So, every money value in the cash flow table is lowered by this percentage value per year, starting in the first year. Best regards Sixten
  4. GeoT*SOL 2019 and PV*SOL/PV*SOL premium 2019 currently use different versions of the climate data tool MeteoSyn. If a climate data set is created in GeoT*SOL 2019, it is assigned an older version number. When PV*SOL is started, the climate data set created is then determined to be incorrect and deleted immediately, even though it is actually OK. What can be done? If you are using both GeoT*SOL 2019 and PV*SOL/PV*SOL premium 2019 on your PC, it is best to create new climate data sets in one of the PV*SOL programs. They will then be assigned the current version number and will not be d
  5. I have GeoT*SOL 2019 and PV*SOL or PV*SOL premium 2019. When I start PV*SOL, my climate data set created in GeoT*SOL is deleted and is then no longer available in GeoT*SOL. What can I do?
  6. GeoT*SOL 2019 und PV*SOL/PV*SOL premium 2019 nutzen derzeit unterschiedliche Versionen des Klimadatentools MeteoSyn. Wird in GeoT*SOL 2019 ein Klimadatensatz erstellt, dann wird dieser mit einer älteren Versionsnummer versehen. Beim Starten von PV*SOL wird der erstellte Klimadatensatz dann als nicht korrekt ermittelt und sofort gelöscht, obwohl er eigentlich in Ordnung ist. Was können Sie tun? Wenn Sie sowohl GeoT*SOL 2019 als auch PV*SOL/PV*SOL premium 2019 auf Ihrem PC verwenden, so erstellen sie sich neue Klimadatensätze am besten in einem der PV*SOL-Programme. So werden diese mit
  7. Ich habe GeoT*SOL 2019 und PV*SOL oder PV*SOL premium 2019. Beim Starten von PV*SOL wird mein in GeoT*SOL selbst erstellter Klimadatensatz gelöscht und steht dann in GeoT*SOL nicht mehr zur Verfügung. Was kann ich tun?
  8. Hello Tim, You are right the value should be 39 A. It was okay for the Home 10 but the Home 8 was wrong. I have changed it. With the next database update it will be corrected. Best regards Sixten
  9. Dear M.Khalifa, I have never heared of a SMA Tripower 75 inverter. There is also no information to it on the SMA website or else. Do you mean the Highpower 75 inverter? Both, the STP 60 and the SHP 75 are allready included in the database of the latest program versions (see screenshot). Best regards Sixten
  10. Dear Belal, which value in the results exactly do you mean with the generated power of the collectors? If you mean the "Energy delivered by collectors" then it can be different even if you have the same number of the collectors because the delivered energy depend on the energy demand of your pool. If the demand is higher then the collectors have to or can deliver more energy. The energy demand of the swimming pool depend on the defined parameters, e.g water temperature..., and the different losses: evaporation losses convection losses transmission losses radi
  11. Hallo Johannes_PV, grundsätzlich muss auf der Seite Wirtschaftlichkeit unter den angewandten Einspeisetarifen, neben dem Einspeisetarif, auch der Tarif für die EEG-Umlage ausgewählt werden. In den Ergebnissen wird die Eigenverbrauchsabgabe dann unter dem Punkt Wirtschaftlichkeit ausgegeben. In der Cashflow-Tabelle wird die Eigenverbrauchsabgabe direkt mit der Einspeisevergütung verrechnet und die Summe in der Zeile Einspeisevergütung ausgegeben. Viele Grüße Sixten
  12. Hallo Solist, leider lassen sich selbst editierte Montagesysteme nicht speichern. Sie müssen für jede Planung neu angelegt werden. Viele Grüße Sixten
  13. Hallo SonnenStrom, Die EnEV-Berechnung ist ein komplett anderes Rechenverfahren. Die Erträge nach EnEV werden teilweise benötigt, wenn man eine KfW-Förderung haben möchte und dabei die PV-Energie angerechnet werden soll. Dabei sind dann die Formel und die zu verwendenden Werte in den Normen vorgegeben. Das hat dann mit den realen Werten nur eingeschränkt etwas zu tun. Deshalb können da je nach Anlage auch größere Unterschiede zustande kommen. Für die EnEV ist der Ertrag der PV-Anlage nach DIN EN 15316-4-6 mit Strahlungswerte aus DIN V 18599-10 zu berechnen. Es handelt sich dabei um
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    Website Error

    Dear Solist, Yes, our website is save. But we will take a look why Firefox has a problem with it and try to fix it. Best regards Sixten
  15. Dear Abbeel, It is not possible to change the path to the database to a network path. If you want to send your user-created products or tariffs to a colleague then you could use them in a project and save it in a project file. Send the project file to your colleague. If he opens the file then the user-created stuff will automatically entered in his database. Best regards Sixten
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    Undo function

    Dear Solist, I'm sorry but I can't tell you any date for it. Once again we will forward this request to our software development team. Maybe they can work on it. Best regards Sixten
  17. Dear Hayder Ali, The simulation model itself is rather conservative in order to avoid simulating yields that are not achieved. If everything is designed in the right way then the simulated yields are normally 3-5 % below real yields. Best regards Sixten
  18. Dear Soler, The clipping percentage can be found under "Down-regulation on account of the max. DC Power" and "Down-regulation on account of the max. AC Power/cos phi". In most of the cases you only will find some values under "Down-regulation on account of the max. AC Power/cos phi" because normally the maximum AC power is lower than the maximum DC power of the inverter. Then the simulation clipps the power directly to the AC value because it has to be cut to this amount anyway. But if you simulate a pv system with a battery system which is DC intermediate coupled then also "Down-regulati
  19. Hello James, 1. Can the software find the best array design to provide the greatest savings based on many variables? ... No, this is not possible. You always have to design and define the systems yourself and find the best solution. 2. Is there a way for the software to work out the best tilted panel placement to minimise shading impact given a total number of panels? If there isn’t, is there a tool that at least removes the worst performing panels until there are a total of x panels? No, both is not possible. It's also not that simple. The percentages on the panels in the
  20. Dear Kamal, It can happen if you have a DC coupled battery system. The specific annual yield is calculated on the AC side behind the inverter. But a DC coupled battery system is before the inverter. It thus makes a contribution to the energy generated from the inverter on the AC side, e.g. due to losses. Depending on the load profile the battery system also contributes to the demand. This means it delivers different amounts of energy to the inverter if you have different load profiles. And then the energy converted from the inverter into AC is different which results in different specific
  21. Hallo Christian, wenn Sie sich über die von Martin beschriebene Methode auf einem PC deregistrieren, dann können Sie im Prinzip sofort auf dem anderen Rechner wieder freischalten. Man kann sich aber nicht unbegrenzt deregistrieren. Das funktioniert nur zweimal im Jahr und danach muss der Antrag auf erneute Freischaltung ausgefüllt werden. Im Regelfall ist die Bearbeitungszeit dann maximal ein Tag, meistens schneller. Viele Grüße Sixten
  22. Dear Hayder Ali, No, this cannot be configured or simulate in PV*SOL. Best regards Sixten
  23. Hello João Lucas, This can be found in the graph "PV energy during observation period" in the "Results" window. If you right click on the graph you can also copy the values as a table to the clipboard and paste it into Excel etc. Best regards Sixten
  24. Dear Hayder Ali, This can always be the case if you compare the simulation results with current results. Especially if the irradiation data differ. I assume you have used the climate data which are coming from the program. They are mean values of 20 years. But if the irradiation of the current year is much higher than the mean you have lower yield in the simulation compared to the current production. If you really want to compare the simulation with the reality you have to use irradiation data from the specific year. But you can send your project file to our support team (hotline@val
  25. Dear Soler, just open the program help and search for "Energy Balances". There you can find a short description of the shown loss and gain results. Best regards Sixten
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