India launches green jobs training initiative with software from Europe
Together with its partner ADS Projects & Systems Pvt. Ltd., Sunlumo, a green tech company from Perg in Upper Austria, distributes innovative design and simulation software for sustainable energy supply in India. “From now on, this software will also be used for all India-wide training programmes related to green and solar jobs,” announces Sunlumo CEO Robert Buchinger.
Perg/Mumbai, March 2018 – For India’s national skill development programme, various job profiles and qualification packages have been defined. As part of the agreed measures to take effect immediately, prospective employees of certain green and solar jobs will receive training in PV*SOL®, the dynamic simulation program developed by Valentin Software for the design and optimization of photovoltaic systems. This innovative program allows for a more precise calculation of self-consumption and efficient system optimization and visualization. After entering parameters such as location, consumption and PV system, the program calculates irradiation, system yields, solar fractions, system efficiency, CO2 savings and the amortization period. The automatic configuration delivers all meaningful inverter combinations for PV systems, allowing for optimal system configuration. Sunlumo and its partner ADS Projects & Systems Pvt. Ltd. are the exclusive distributors of Valentin Software in India. ADS is also a Government of India certified training academy.
Leading provider of innovative design software
Valentin Software develops software for the simulation and design of solar thermal and photovoltaic systems and looks back on over 25 years of successful company history. With PV*SOL®, a program offering dynamic simulation and design of PV systems, as well as yield and economic efficiency forecasts, Valentin Software ranks among the worldwide leading providers in innovative design software for sustainable energy supply. The system is used in the industrial sector, by engineers, planners, universities and research institutes.