Training Webinar on Data Analysis Techniques to Improve O&M
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Data Analysis Techniques to Improve O&M
- The fee for the training is Rs 15,000 for one participant, Rs 25,000 for two, Rs 35,000 for three and Rs 45,000
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Renewable Watch covers the entire spectrum of renewable energy – wind, solar, bioenergy, small hydro and other emerging technologies – and includes both grid-interactive and offgrid power solutions. It aims to provide accurate information to track investments and projects, to showcase innovations and technologies and to offer a platform for debate and discussion on policy, regulation and financing.
ABOUT PV DIAGNOSTICS
PV Diagnostics evaluates the quality of existing solar plants and works on improving their efficiency through a combination of data science and technology intervention. The core focus of our studies is the performance turnaround of solar assets. We possess state-of-the-art technology including portable (handheld) EL imaging and drone-based thermography to diagnose plants. We also work with multiple investors on technical due diligence of solar power plants.
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This module will help you in analyzing the data from the plant to identify key performance trends, compare inverter-level generation to identify low-performance zones, use string-level generation data and/or breakdown data to conduct root-cause analysis and learn how to correct for variation in radiation and temperature. At the end of the session, you will be able to:
- Compare the performance of the plant with respect to expected performance
- Identify the reasons for underperformance through generation trends and energy flow
- Plan preventive maintenance for your plant based on the actual plant condition
|Plant data analysis – 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.|
This training session will be led by Prakash Suratkar, Pranav Maheshwari, Atul Kumar Jain, and Vikrant Chaudhari. They have a combined working experience of more than 40 years and have expertise in the fields of solar cell and module technology, performance evaluation, diagnostics and performance improvements, and technical due diligence. Statistical Analysis.
Prakash Suratkar is the CEO of PV Diagnostics. He has published many technical papers including 10 in the solar PV industry. He was Head of Technology and Process Engineering, Cell and Module, at Tata Power Solar. He also served as CEO and VP at InnoRel Systems Pvt. Ltd, a company that worked inMPPT optimisers.
Pranav Maheshwari leads Engineering and Technology at PV Diagnostics. He holds a dual degree (B.Tech & M.Tech) from IIT Bombay in the Energy Science and Engineering department. Over the past few years, he has advised leading renewable stakeholders on a wide variety of performance assessments, diagnostics & performance improvements, and technical due diligence studies. He is an automation expert.
Atul Kumar Jain leads Operations at PV Diagnostics. He holds a dual degree (B.Tech & M.Tech) in Microelectronics from IIT Bombay. He has around four years of experience as an R&D Engineer focused on PV module technology efficiency, cost optimisation, and reliability. Previously, he has worked at kWatt Solutions Private Ltd as Vice President, Technical Department, for four years.
Vikrant A. Chaudhari has a doctorate degree in solar cells from IIT Bombay. He has previously worked as a Manager at Solar module R&D, Mundra Solar Photovoltaic Ltd. and as a Research Scientist, solar module R&D, SunEdison Research Pvt. Ltd. He has nine years of experience, working in many verticals of the solar industry and holds around eight publications and six patents on cell technology
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Solar O&M engineers
- Heads of operations and maintenance
- Performance monitoring teams of IPPs
- Field engineers
- Project managers