Adquio, control of a 1MW solar installation in Brazil

Because of the climate crisis in which we find ourselves, we are forced to try to minimize our impact on the environment. In Brazil, energy companies are opting for the installation of photovoltaic technology. According to the Brazilian Association of Photovoltaic Solar Energy (ABSOLAR), 17.5 GW of photovoltaic solar energy is installed among all Brazilian states.


On this occasion, Deode, a company located in Minas Gerais (Brazil) and specialized in the production of renewable energy, wanted to count on Adquio for the automation of a 1Mw solar plant with the following characteristics:

  • 1Mwp of installed capacity
  • 6500 M2 of occupied roof
  • 2900 solar panels of 345 Wp each
  • 1.33 GWh/year of energy injected into the grid

Usually each investor brand has its own software causing incompatibility with other brands and making it difficult to manage information. Deode sought to unify and consolidate all the relevant information for his company and for the end customer, and in adquio, we had the solution.


Adquio connects Modbus with all investors and manages all their data. Additionally, they have the BMS Adquio Cloud where they can remotely consult any data of the installation, such as the current production per inverter, the status of consumption, the state of charge of the batteries, and in general any data that the system provides them.

This allows them to obtain periodic reports where they can consult the monthly production, make comparisons between different periods, etc. Also, if they wish, they can modify parameters of the inverters in real time and remotely without the need to move.


Deode has implemented 13 inverters of 60 kVA, all of them controlled by an Adquio pro for its ease of configuration and because it allows it to integrate a large number of devices, such as inverters from different manufacturers, electrical analyzers, temperature probes, and in general everything necessary for an installation of this type


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