Top 10 technology trends for smart photovoltaics for 2025 are officially released. Throughout the following 5 to 10 years, a sustainable power source will expect an increasingly conspicuous job as a primary force for power networks.
Solar power, specifically, as the most vital type of sustainable power source, has an especially splendid future. Be that as it may, as inexhaustible speaks to a more prominent extent of all-out energy production, security, unwavering quality, and cost-adequacy across power age resources will turn into the highest need.
Huawei Predicts Top 10 Trends in Smart PV:
Trend 1 – Digitalization
Trend 2 – AI-driven Smart Upgrades
Trend 3 – Unmanned PV Plants
Trend 4 – Proactive Support for Power Grids
Trend 5 – Solar + Storage
Trend 6 – Virtual Power Plants
Trend 7 – Active Safety
Trend 8 – Higher Power Density
Trend 9 -Modular Design
Trend 10 – Security and Trustworthiness
Trend 1: Digitalization
More than 90% of global power stations are fully digitalized.
Trend 2: AI-driven Smart Upgrades
The proportion of photovoltaic power plants using AI technology reaches more than 70%.
Trend 3: Unmanned PV Plants
More than 80% of the work in power stations is unmanned.
Trend 4: Proactive Support for Power Grids
PV power plants are adapting to the power grid to actively supporting the security and stability of the power grid.
Trend 5: Solar + Storage
The proportion of optical storage symbiosis reaches more than 30%.
Trend 6: Virtual Power Plants
More than 80% of household systems will access various VPP networks.
Trend 7: Active Safety
Active Security Protection (AFCI) becomes standard on distributed roofs, forming an industry international standard.
Trend 8: Higher Power Density
The inverter power density is expected to increase by more than 50%.
Trend 9: Modular Design
The fully modular design of core components such as inverters, PCS, and energy storage has become mainstream.
Trend 10: Security and Trustworthiness
Safety and credibility have become a necessary requirement for photovoltaic power plants.