For statistics-based overviews of your full portfolio, click on “Global Statistics” in the Global Navigation tabs.
This drop-down menu includes the classic DECK Solar Statistics page view (“Classic”), along with 3 sortable fleet management tables (Actual vs Expected, Performance Ratio, and Status Overview).
These 4 statistics tables provide powerful fleet management insights for your project portfolio.
“Classic” Solar Statistics offers an extensive range of tables, graphs, and other data visualization metrics for a comprehensive overview of performance across your entire portfolio.
The other 3 page views available here are the DECK Monitoring Fleet Management Tables. These tables (Actual vs Expected, Performance Ratio, and Status Overview) all offer the ability to filter using system tags. This system allows you to sort your data by grouping systems with matching system “tag” labels.
For more on filtering using system tags, see Section 1.3.
By default, systems will be arranged in these tables by alphabetical order. But you can also sort the systems to rank from highest to lowest in any of the column values (just click on the column names at the top of the table).
Global Statistics: “Classic” Solar Statistics
The first option under Global Statistics is the “Classic” DECK Solar Statistics page view. You may also access Solar Statistics page views for each individual system in your portfolio; see Section 2.2).
The global Solar Statistics page view shows all systems in your portfolio arranged in table format. You can compare side-by-side statistics for all systems including performance indicators such as Peak kW vs. Installed kW, and Actual kW vs. Predicted kW.
Please note that Classic Solar Statistics does not support filtering using tags.
Scrolling down the Solar Statistics page view reveals a series of tables and graphs showing helpful system management metrics such as Portfolio Peak kW vs DC Nameplate Ratings and Seasonal Effect on Solar Production. You can also see portfolio-wide metrics such as Systems with Most Triggered Alarms, Portfolio-wide Equivalency Values, and How Many kWh you are Producing for Every installed kW.