energy, effect, cycle og kwh?
Wondering what these terms mean in our industry?
|Effect||kW||Output from solar cell panels, battery pack or generator.|
Energy [kWh] = Effect [kW] * Time [h]
|Installed effect solar cells||kWp|
|How much effect a solar power plant has and will be able to deliver under ideal conditions. Ideal conditions are defined from STC (Standard Test Condition).|
|Yield Factor||kWh/kWp||Energy production concerning installed kWp. In Southern Norway, this factor is between 800 – 1000 kWh/kWp.|
|SoC %||%||The State of Charge. It is expressed in % of much charge or effect the battery has against its maximum charge on a scale from 0 – 100%.|
|DoD||%||Depth of Discharge. For our batteries, this is 100%, meaning that 100% of provided battery storage capacity is available. If the battery pack has 173 kWh listed as its storage capacity, the battery has |
173 kWh available.
|Cycle||count||One cycle is a change from 0% to 100% and dischaged to 0% again.|
|SoH||%||The State of Health. The battery’s capability presently compared to the battery’s condition at the time of production, which means that SoH will be 100% when the battery is new.|