Telvent was chosen based on its history of reliability, adaptability and expertise in the solar energy field. The company’s technology will give plant operators the ability to control and supervise all solar plant processes in accordance with the most current weather conditions. T
By using real-time data, Telvent says “operators can better manage the position of their solar power trough collectors to efficiently capture the sun’s energy over the entire course of the day, creating a more efficient operation and maximum power reliability for customers. Each solar thermal plant has the capacity to produce 50 megawatts of energy with its parabolic trough technology.”
Telvent’s chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Ignacio Gonzalez, notes “This most recent project adds to our significant portfolio of solar solutions that have been implemented around the world. We continue to provide clients with the best solutions for operating solar plants and a smarter grid in a fast-changing environment.”
Telvent, which develops and implements solutions for the delivery of intelligent information to maximize solar energy production, provides efficiency, safety and security for the world’s leading companies. Telvent serves the energy, transportation, agricultural and environmental sectors. For more information, visit www.telvent.com.