By 2020, Mexico will seek to achieve a comprehensive and sustainable energy model
Mexico has excellent solar potential in 85% of its territory, because according to data from the Mexican Solar Energy Association (Asolmex), the installed capacity had a growth of 62% at the end of 2019 compared to the previous year.
In that sense, the corporate director of Business Development at Prodiel, Breno Wottrich , points out that the plants must have the necessary tools that allow them to be more effective, for example:
Use of bifacial panels
Bifacial technology begins to be implemented in large-scale photovoltaic projects and will become a common technology for solar power plants, as they capture 50% more energy. It is expected that it may represent more than 35% of the modules by 2028, according to International Technology Roadmap for Photovoltaics.
Batteries are an important component in any photovoltaic energy installation, as they will be in charge of storing the energy so that it can be used at night or during prolonged periods of bad weather.
Artificial Intelligence & Big Data
Datasets with thousands of solar spectra can be reduced to a few characteristic data using artificial intelligence techniques to predict the efficiency of the annual average.