It includes extensive worldwide databases of modules, inverters, and historical weather patterns. It can also explore different design scenarios and compare their AC kilowatt hour outputs side by side to identify the best design. Results can be exported in PDF format and printed or e-mailed to clients. The company says the software is designed for residential and small commercial systems. It also includes advanced weather data from Meteonorm. Over 8,300 meteorological stations managed in global and regional databases have been combined and checked for their reliability, the company states.
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