The objective of a Quality Control is to ensure the quality of the components and reduce the uncertainty associated with the operation of a photovoltaic power plant, minimizing the investment risks and optimizing the economic return of the project.

The uncertainty in the estimation of the energy that a photovoltaic project will produce influences its economic viability in two different stages. In the initial phase, determining the financing conditions through parameters such as EP90 or EP99. In the operation phase, by limiting the ability to detect failures and, with it, to optimize power generation. Quality Control allows to reduce uncertainty and thus to adjust estimates and improve the return on investment.

  • Productivity studies
  • TOY calculations
  • Analysis of radiation and temperature models for the site
  • Contractual annex preparations


Our advanced quality control procedures have been accepted as the basis for technical and financial agreements. in more than 85 photovoltaic projects with a total capacity of more than 850 MW, with banks and investment funds.



  • Quality control of modules in port or at reception.
  • Inverter quality control.
  • Peak power control of monofacial and bifacial series.
  • Characterization tests of the power plant as a whole.
  • Loss chain evaluation.
  • Commissioning tests.
  • Claims management.



  • Performance audits based on historical operating data.
  • Evaluation of compliance with contractual requirements.
  • Comparison and evaluation of plant performance against initial estimates.
  • Evaluation of the loss chain.

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