One platform, multiple use cases

Site IdentificationComing soon

The Site Identification tool is an interactive, web-based platform designed to identify, visualize, and rank zones that are most suitable for the development of solar or onshore wind projects. Custom spatial filters and economic parameters can be applied to meet users needs or to represent a specific country context.

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Site Analysis

The Site Analysis tool is a powerful environmental and technical due diligence toolset designed from the ground up to accelerate the land development process. The sooner a risk is mitigated during the site selection process the higher % of project completion success. Utilize selection criteria for comparison and ranking of site suitability.

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Buildable Area Analysis

The Buildable Area Analysis tool allows users to quickly analyze key environmental and infrastructure layers to identify hazards on the site, create constraint maps, and automatically calculates buildable area/parcel ready for system design.

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Layout DesignComing soon

The Layout Design tool allows users to obtain information about solar radiation and PhotoVoltaic (PV) system performance. The user can use the tool to calculate energy production potential from different kinds of PV systems at nearly any place in the world.

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How it works

1. Create portfolio
2. Analyze constraints
3. Evaluate buildability
4. Output and design
5. Export results

Set up an initial portfolio with sites

Create a new siting project to save all your siting work in one place and easily collaborate on a site across other users within your team. Add primary assets to project setup by importing assets (substations, line routes, parcels, or site boundaries) from a GoogleEarth KML or KMZ.

This will bring up a short import wizard to finish help you finish importing the data. Select a configuration file with a set of rules to automatically detect issues concerning a site.

Integrate data from any GIS format

Enernite comes with more than 100 European layers (and country-specific layers as well). You can overlay these over any map in the system. However, we can integrate data from most GIS formats or other geolocated resources. Some common data types include:

KMLs / KMZs

KML (Keyhole Markup Language) is the data format used by Google Earth Pro and Google Maps.

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Shapefiles / GDBs

Shapefile (.shp) and File Geodatabase (.gdb) are storage formats for spatial data developed by Esri.

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Excel / CSVs

Excel sheets and CSVs (provided they have lat/long) are stored tabular data of numbers and text.

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Other public webmaps

External sources like public webmaps and mapservers/ feature servers via WMS, WFS or WCS.

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Ready to see it in action?

There is a race to identify the best project sites for renewables. In this race, you need the best tools available to gain the competitive edge.

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