Industrial solar parks are designed to operate for years, but eventually the efficiency of the solar panels and other components may decline, reducing energy output. At that point, it may be necessary to consider retrofitting the solar park with new components to improve performance.
When to repower?
There are several reasons to repower a solar panel system:
Age: The components of the solar farm may have reached the end of their useful life and no longer function optimally.
Performance problems: The solar farm may experience reduced energy output due to problems such as shading, dust accumulation or module degradation.
Upgrades: The solar farm may need upgrades to improve energy output or to comply with new regulations.
When considering repowering a solar farm, several factors must be considered, including the age and condition of the existing equipment, the expected return on investment and the cost of new equipment and installation.
A feasibility study can help determine whether repowering is the best option and what the most cost-effective solutions are.
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