EMMA graph: matching site demand to solar PV output

Its all about the data!

This graph shows EMMA increasing site demand to match a sudden increase in solar PV output during a sunstrike. By doing this, EMMA prevented unnecessary export of electricity during the sunstrike, instead making use of it on site.

The snap-shot of data was taken from Deer-n-Dexter farm, during a sunstrike on 3 March 2012.
The EMMA being used is an EMMA SP15/60 3G GVS. The solar PV system is 20kW.

Snap-shot of data from Deer-n-Dexter farm, taken during a sunstrike on 3 March 2012. The graph shows EMMA bringing up site demand to match the sudden increase in solar PV output due to the sunstrike - and so to prevent unnecessary export of electricity during the sunstrike.

EMMA increasing site demand to match a sudden increase in solar PV output during a sunstrike at Deer n Dexter farm, 3 March 2012.

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