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I have been struggling to import load profiles into Premium edition. My task is to import Half Hourly usage data for a site into PVSol, then I can run a simulation to predict the Exported energy and onsite usage, important to show the business case for a local Power Purchase Agreement. My problem is that no matter what format I try (text or CSV in every combination that Excel can output), I cannot get the data to load into the 'Import Load Profiles' section of the 'Consumption' page. The Error message is 'konvertierungsfehler in datensatz in zeile 1', or 'conversion errors in data in line 1' translated. I have even tried to word wrap the text file to try to get it into a single column then save it without luck I have tried formatting the column to ensure there are 2 decimal places, so it mimics the 'number format file' drop down list (####.##) exactly, but no. I believe it is a format issue, but I really cannot work out what it is. I have included a couple of the files I have tried on this posting. Can anyone help? Dallas Simple HHM for PVSol (MSDOS).csv Test (Unicode Text)(WRAP).txt
Dear PVSOL support, i would like to add monthly consumption to PVSOL, for example for each month from 1-12 to add his consumption(not the annually) what is the best why to do it? i tried to play with the % of the standard year -by dividing monthly consumption by yearly but the end result is not accurate
I want to create an offgrid photovoltaic plant but i have 2 main errors: - My load is constant every day and every hour, when i import a load profile as a constant load it will shape the profile and my load won't be constant anymore, it will vary every month. How can i create a constant load profile so i have the same energy conpsumed every month? - The second problem is that i have my own battery inverter for my project, but when i want to select it will only show me Sunny Island inverters, how can i see every inverter in the database? create the inverter in the program is not a solution because i don't know all the detailed data that PVSOL ask to create a new entry. Thanks for answer.
Many of the grid companies in Sweden today has a peak load tarif for customers over 63 A, meaning that the costumer has to pay for the highest hour of peakload during an intire month. And building a PV installation can generate a significant saving on the grid cost for the customer. For instance in E.ONs grid you have a fixed cost per month that is 2100 SEK. And for the highest peak hour you will pay 81,60 SEK. So if a customer has the same load the whole mont of 100 kW per hour but for one hour the customers peak goes up to 200 kW for one hour, then the customer has to pay 200x81,60 = 16320 SEK in a peakload cost, insted of 100x81,60 = 8160 SEK if the peakload whould have been the same for the whole month. The grid companies in Sweden will also start using this pricing to customers under 63 A and therefore it would have been nice to be able to calculate the savings with a PV installation.