A technical commissioning inspection is an independent check on the quality of your grid-connected PV installation. With a technical commissioning inspection you can detect damage, installation errors and manufacturing errors. This offers certainty and confidence for the quality of your installation, and therefore also for the expected yield.
What does the inspection entail?
Depending on your wishes and the wishes of your bank and/or insurer, various checks, measurements and tests are carried out to guarantee the durability, safety, reliability and functionality of your PV installation. The inspection is carried out in accordance with the guidelines (NEN 1010, NPR 5310, NEN 3140, NEN 62446) and, if desired, NTA 8013. A number of examples are:
- checking the drawings and documents;
- checking whether the electrical equipment complies with the installation requirements;
- checking the optimum position and slope of the PV panels;
- visual inspection;
- current voltage measurements;
- thermographic research (drone inspections + data analysis).
The outcome of the inspection is recorded in an independent report. In the report you will find information about the inspections carried out, the methodology, and of course the conclusions and any recommendations. You can use the report for your installer, but also for your bank and insurer.