Case Studies

Case Studies

Streamlining solar interconnection: How JEA leveraged PowerClerk® to resolve its backlog

Automation and streamlined program management empower the JEA energy programs team to scale their solar...

APS utilizes PowerClerk® to enable efficient, flexible FERC generator interconnection management

Automation and consolidation empower the Arizona Public Service FERC Generator Interconnection team to scale and...

Exelon Companies Gain PV Generation Insights with SolarAnywhere FleetView

FleetView calculates behind-the-meter PV generation to inform gross load calculations and distribution planning. Three...

Eversource decarbonizing Massachusetts’ grid with intelligent, long-term planning

Using data and advanced modeling to predict future DER adoption and distribution grid impacts. As consumers and...

Rappahannock Electric Co-op (REC) streamlines solar processes

WattPlan® and PowerClerk® automate solar education and accelerate interconnection timelines Rappahannock (REC) needed...

Inferring PV system specifications from net loads and reconstructing gross loads

The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) estimates that residential PV systems accounted for 61 percent of total...

O&R streamlines EV make-ready program with PowerClerk

Accelerating O&R’s POWERREADY EV infrastructure program in New York state New York State and O&R have...

Virtual Energy Audit with Sacramento Municipal Utility District

Evaluating Building Performance of Single-Family Homes in SMUD’s Service Territory Clean Power Research has developed...

Inferring PV system specifications from net load

The increasing penetration of grid-connected solar photovoltaics has challenged the existing method of planning and...

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Reduce uncertainty with higher-resolution typical year solar resource data
Reduce uncertainty with higher-resolution typical year solar resource data

Typical year irradiance datasets (TGY, TDY) summarize solar resource at a location. This data is generated to reflect the most probable (P50) monthly total irradiance, based on a long history of solar resource. SolarAnywhere calculates typical year data from a maximum span of time-series observations for each region—more than twenty-five years in many areas. Our […]

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