We have given our tried-and-tested IBC solar power calculator an extensive update just in time for Intersolar 2016 which now makes planning new solar energy systems even simpler and more efficient. You can now select your own roof through a satellite map view in order to use the roof surface data for a more precise initial calculation. This new improved version makes it possible to interact with the roof surface: The surface can be marked in a user-friendly manner and modules can be selected or – for example with windows – excluded. The precise angular alignment of the surface can now be included in the performance description. The new simple and user-friendly user interface shows the savings potential as well as performance and power consumption calculations in clear graphics with detailed profiles.
We have also created an option for public utility companies, as our IBC solar power calculator is now available for them as a white label version. This enables these companies to offer their customers their own version of the tool.
The exact planning of a photovoltaic system is crucial for its successful implementation and actual installation. In order to assess the effectiveness and savings potential of the system correctly, it is important to take the specific features of each individual roof into account from the very beginning. Different factors such as feed-in tariffs, electricity cost developments and self-consumption calculations – with and without a power storage system – play an important role in the planning phase. The IBC solar power calculator has already proven itself over many years and helped many system owners to ensure a successful evaluation and planning procedure.
Anybody who is interested and would like to know more can take a closer look at the IBC solar power calculator at https://powercalculator.ibc-solar.com