Do local regulations limit grid feed-in? Has the utility put a cap on your solar PV plant size? Have local net metering policies recently changed?
Solar-Log’s grid Feed-in Management provides an innovative solution to largely minimize losses that result from feed-in caps proposed by grid operators or local regulations. Solar-Log® can throttle exported power from the PV array to meet the specified feed-in cap.
Solar-Log® models are flexible, to meet the different regulatory and operating requirements from individual countries and grid operators. These solutions allow installers to put up larger PV arrays in areas where they otherwise would not be possible and assist in maximizing your solar investment.
This innovative solution largely Minimizes losses that result from feed-in caps proposed by grid operators or other regulations.
With the use of a consumption meter, Solar-Log® is able to control grid feed-in by either a certain percentage of the total inverter power or a specific kW amount.
In states or countries where grid feed-in is not allowed at all, Solar-Log® controls the inverters to produce just enough power to cover the building load, resulting in zero grid export.
The reduction offers the following options for implementation.
With Solar-Log® PM+ devices, a feed-in cap for the inverters with allowances for self-consumption can be configured.