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PVsyst is designed to be used by architects, engineers, and researchers. It is also a very useful educative tool. It includes a detailed contextual Help menu that explains the procedures and models that are used, and offers a user-friendly approach with a guide to develop a project. PVsyst is able to import meteo data, as well as personal data from many different sources.

Here are some of the new features which are available in PVsyst 7:

Support of 64-bit architectures : extension of PVsyst capabilities of handling large projects and shading scenes

Irradiance: new improved treatment of the circumsolar component, impacts on the electrical shadings and vertical Bi-facial systems

System : unlimited number of sub-arrays

Shadings : conversion of fixed tables to trackers, new trackers with central gap parameter for bifacial

Output AC circuit : definition of several MV and HV transformers, with their specifications

Live results display : see results values and graphs while the simulation is running

Economic evaluation : Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE), Net Present Value (NPV), multiple loans of multiple types, advanced depreciation configuration

Economic evaluation : availability for Stand-alone and Pumping systems

Simulation : display of warnings during the simulation and with the results

Module Layout : great improvements in submodule shading calculations accuracy, print of the layout has also been improved and can now be printed in the report

User interface : improvements of the user interface and user experience

Localization : full-software translation coverage (except the Help), Turkish and Korean languages available

System Requirements:

All Windows client versions currently supported by Microsoft: Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11 (32-bit or 64-bit)

Up-to-date Windows 7 systems

Other OS may support PVsyst installation and execution but no guarantee can be provided. This effectively depends on many parameters.

OS not supported: Windows servers, Application servers (Citrix, ZenDesktop, ZenApp,…)

At least 1 GB of RAM

At least 1 GB of free hard drive space

Minimal screen resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels

.NET 4.8 framework (for Meteonorm)

Graphics card supporting OpenGL 2.0 or higher

PVsyst workspace does not support shared or remotely synced drives / folders (including OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc…). Files and workspaces can be synced as a separate task, once PVsyst has been closed.