Inspection of solar energy will be much more efficient thanks to the International Organization for Standards’ standard, ISO 9488; aimed to support the growth in demand for solar energy. With many organisations and businesses making the transition to going green across their operations, there is a greater demand on green energy, and hence an expansion of the solar energy industry.
An increased demand means that it is all the more important that solar energy receives a thorough guidance package and method of inspection. Step in ISO 9488 and paperless inspection; the premium solution to inspecting solar PV panel systems in Australia and New Zealand. Paperless inspections have long been a tried and trusted method for conducting solar inspections and once again are the best tool for conducting any check for compliance with ISO 9488. Thanks to several features and functionalities on the mobile device, paperless applications are a natural fit with a lot of the checks and inspections needed to be conducted with solar energy inspection. If the energy industry and supply chain is switching to greener solutions, then your organisation shouldn’t be inspecting off paper-based methods when digital methods are available. Aside from increasing efficiency and reducing the scope for inspection errors, digital inspection solutions are the natural pairing for solar energy inspection. Thanks to the speed of inspections, the customisation ability of checklists and the possibility to integrate with business intelligence systems, paperless can transform your solar energy inspections and checks. For many solar energy inspections, it is vital to carry out basic checks such as the energy transmission, construction stability and safety of the overall equipment. If things aren’t working as they should across any of those areas, it is equally important that the reason why is found so that the mistake can be avoided with other installations. Nothing would be worse than having long sunny days with the solar energy equipment not functioning as thought, then only to realise this too late when the sun disappears.