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FAA Glint and Glare Study-Airport Solar

Here is the Preliminary Design for 15MW Alberta Solar Project. It includes Preliminary layout, equipment selection, energy production analysis. And, most importantly, glint and glare study for the 15MWac project in Alberta, Canada. In July of 2019, The client contracted Phoventus Inc to perform a glint and glare assessment for the proposed solar layout.

This assessment uses GlareGauge. That’s a ForgeSolar software specialized in calculating glint and glare impact. Moreover, this software is compatible with FAA glare guidelines. Also, it provides a clear statement on whether the facility passes FAA regulations regarding the impact of glint and glare study. GlareGauge calculates the ocular impact over an entire calendar year in one-minute intervals. This includes all times between when the sun rises above the horizon until the sun sets below the horizon.

About Phoventus

Phoventus is an Engineering firm with a global reputation for excellence in power systems engineering. Above all, we are professional, independent, and focused on delivering value-added results to your renewable power or transportation project.

We provide engineering and procurement services to cover all aspects of your renewable energy, EV, or Remote Power project. In fact, our services are comprehensive, consisting of system engineering, design studies, and project management.

Our Mission is to provide an unparalleled technical focus on the core issues affecting the ownership, reliability, and profitability of power and energy projects.

We are a driven, passionate team. Hence, our value is our insight into the latest technology and approaches needed to deliver our client’s projects on time and within budget. Renewable Power Specialist.