From traditional and new resources - such as biomass, water, wind, sun-powered fuel cells, tidal and wave, and geothermal - renewable energy is playing an ever-increasing role in the global share of electricity generation, as both energy producers and consumers seek to minimize their environmental impacts while balancing real-world financial and efficiency pressures.
In particular, as energy scientists and engineers work to maximize output and minimize costs, they rely on engineering simulation software from Caspoc to develop new renewable energy equipment and improve reliability and performance of exciting systems
Wind energy engineers use Caspoc solutions to develop ongoing technology innovations across the wind energy supply chain in both small and large wind projects.
In the Electromechanical design process Casopoc is used to simulate te various aspects such as:
Solar energy engineers are working to leverage the full power of sunlight by developing new solar panel arrangements, converter and MPP control as well as storage and grid connection
Caspoc is playing a key role in helping to improve equipment, processes and development of PV components such as