Load Testing for Solar Farms Guide

Comrent is providing solutions for mission-critical power testing infrastructure.

Operators of newly constructed solar farms need to begin producing commercial power as quickly as possible. Using load bank solutions to expedite the solar commissioning process helps EPC firms meet production goals and end-of-the-year tax incentives. Load testing is also the only method of fully energizing a solar system that ensures proper function. In this new eBook, Comrent reveals the essential benefits of load testing for solar farms including:

  • Eliminating your reliance on the power grid.
  • Gaining control over your load testing schedule and test at your convenience.
  • Accelerating the time-to-revenue. Waiting for the grid can cost your operation extra time and money.
  • Meeting your contractual obligations and avoid penalties from utilities. You can supply power within the agreed upon time frame.
  • And more…

The load bank provider and equipment you choose for your testing directly impacts the success of your solar commissioning or maintenance. Get the information you need to make the right decisions. Download this guide now. To arrange a complimentary consultation to review your project and propose the right load bank solution, contact us today at 888-881-7118.

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