ABB Delivers Over 5GW Solar Automation Solutions In India

ABB Delivers Over 5GW Solar Automation Solutions In India
27/03/2021 , by , in ALLIED

ABB has reached the cumulative 5-gigawatt (GW) mark in providing Programmable Logic Controller-based (PLC) solar plant automation solutions in India. ABB’s SCADA system – an automation control solution, helps in the running of solar plants and enables plant operators to monitor and analyze solar project data in one place.

R. Madhusudan, President – Drive Products, Motion, ABB India Ltd commented, “This milestone reinforces ABB’s next level strategy of driving the renewable energy revolution with market-focused technologies. The recent measures unveiled by the Indian government in its annual budget will boost local manufacturing, encourage new investments, and address the challenge of availability of funds for setting up solar plants in India,” adding, “This is a positive move for the industry and will catalyze India’s plans of generating 100 gigawatt (GW) of solar power by 2022.”

Delivered as a part of ABB’s Drive Products offering, the Utility-scale SCADA solutions reduce the cost and risk of investment in operating photovoltaic (PV) power plants. In most utility-scale solar PV projects, string boxes are fitted with monitoring systems that perform different kinds of protection, performance and efficiency monitoring.

With tracking devices, the energy production of a PV plant can increase up to 30% in optimal locations. The company says that its AC500 PLC, part of the automation solution, uses high-precision solar algorithms to ensure all type of trackers precisely align and follow the movement of the sun with exceptional accuracy.

With tracking devices, the energy production of a PV plant can increase up to 30% in optimal locations. The company says that its AC500 PLC, part of the automation solution, uses high-precision solar algorithms to ensure all type of trackers precisely align and follow the movement of the sun with exceptional accuracy.

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