Weather Risk Management (WRM)

Protection and guaranteeing an optimum uptime of the system.

What is Weather Risk Management?

The floating solar power plant must be able to operate under all weather conditions. This means in good weather and wind silence, but also at wind power 12 and wave heights of 1.5 meter. The WRM functionality automatically adjusts the position of the island to ensure that the wind force and waves have a minimal impact on the Floating Solar power plant.

This significantly extends the technical and economic life span of the Floating Solar island.

The benefits of Weather Risk Management

The energy supply can be guaranteed continuously by minimizing possible maintenance and repair work. This results into an optimal availability of the Floating Solar island. At the same time, this ensures the preservation of your system's investment.

Below an impression of the Floating Solar island in severe weather conditions.

Optimal Solar Tracking

How Optimal Solar Tracking gets the most out of the available solar energy?

More about Optimal Solar Tracking