TOGO: Kya-SolDesign software allows sizing of solar PV systems
Togo plans to produce 50% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030. Among the challenges to be met is the design of quality solar systems. It is with this in mind that the country has decided to acquire sizing software for solar energy equipment. The program called “Kya-SolDesign” was designed by Kya-Energy Group.
The software was launched on October 1, 2020 in Lomé, the capital of Togo. Called "Kya-SolsDesign", it is developed by Kya-Energy Group (KEG), a supplier of solar energy systems in West Africa.
According to the company, Kya-SolsDesign will allow technicians operating in the field of solar energy to successfully sizing their equipment; thereby improving the quality of solar energy installations. “The existing programs allow good economic accessibility, but are not technically reliable. Conversely, they can be reliable, but too expensive, ”says Yao Azoumah, director of Kya-Energy Group.
To ensure mastery of the software, Kya-Energy Group wants the operation of Kya-SolsDesign to be studied in universities and academic institutions in Togo. "We also want to reach national and international professionals specializing in renewable energies," says Yao Azoumah.
This initiative is in line with the vision of the Togolese State which is to offer access to electricity to all of its population by 2030, 50% of which are produced from renewable sources. . In this context, the Togolese Agency for Rural Electrification and Renewable Energies (AT2ER) recently launched a call for applications for the acquisition of equipment and for the construction, training and maintenance services of an online platform. off-grid management in Togo.
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