In this article, the readers will be guided step-by-step on how to install PV*Sol Premium to their Windows computers.
PV*Sol Premium is a fantastic tool in designing solar PV systems that was developed by the software company called Valentine Software. This tool enables the user to create a design and simulate solar PV projects with precise calculation of the solar energy yield. It can give a real world representation of shading from surrounding objects using its user-friendly 3D mode.
Valentine Software is generous enough to give every solar enthusiasts a FREE 30-day trial for the software, which is very helpful if you only want to see how much your solar PV system will produce energy wise.
Here are the system requirements in installing this solar PV Software
2. After downloading the software, double click the executable file to start the installation and follow the steps below.
Select the language you prefer and once done, click the “OK” button. For this example, we chose the default language which is “English”.
You can now enjoy creating designs and simulations for your solar PV systems using PV*Sol Premium 2020.
Now that you have successfully installed this solar design tool, it is time to do an example project. In this blog, we made a tutorial on how to create a simple on grid solar power system design using PV*Sol Premium. Try to check it out and start mastering your solar design skills!
Every now and then, Valentin Software releases new changes to its software packages. See below for the latest release of the PV*SOL Premium solar PV simulation tool.
This has been released last April 15, 2020. The following new changes and new features are as listed below”
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