Measuring performance of solar panels

    Solar panel checkup for an optimal efficiency

    Your company has already opted for green energy by installing solar panels? A thorough inspection of their functioning and safety allows you to optimise your panels' output and lifespan.

    A thorough inspection of your solar panels

    Inspection and analyses
    Specialists inspect and run a thermographic analysis on your solar panels and the various connections

    A clear overview of the necessary measures
    A detailed description of the measures required to optimise the efficiency.

    Optional: Execution of the proposed measures
    For the execution we can provide you an offer through ENGIE Fabricom Solar Technics.

    • For companies that own a PV installation of min. 100 kWp or 400 panels
    • For companies that do not have regular maintenance executed
    • For companies that have an actual output that is lower than expected
    • For companies that want to evaluate their maintenance company

    Looking for expert advice?

    Contact us for a consultation with one of our experts.

    Your benefits

    Optimise your output

    The checkup report tells you what should be done when your solar panel output is low.

    Longer lifespan

    By timely tracking down the problems, you ensure that your solar panels remain in top condition so they reach their minimum lifespan of 25 years.

    Increased safety

    The checkup prevents short-circuiting, fire, loose panels, etc.

    Trusted partner

    Possible implementation of the improvements by a sister company of ENGIE Electrabel.

    A checkup of your solar panels in 4 steps

    Contact us

    You get in touch with us via our contact page.

    Checkup

    The expert runs a technical analysis of the installation.

    Report

    Thorough evaluation using photographs and specific advice.

    Implementation of improvement measures

    You can either choose your own partner or work with ENGIE Fabricom Solar Technics to implement the advice.

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