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David Bromberg

David leads the modeling and computational efforts that underlie Aurora’s PV performance simulation engine. He received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees, all from Carnegie Mellon University.

The Importance of Modeling Global Maximum Power Point Tracking

To accurately model how much energy a solar design will produce, one must account for 'global maximum power point tracking' (global MPPT) inverter capabilities.

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Choosing the Right Size Inverter for Your Solar Design: A Primer on Inverter Clipping

It sometimes makes sense to oversize a solar array compared to the power rating of its inverter—but the decision must account for inverter clipping. In this article, we explain the science of inverter clipping and how to account for it in your solar design process.

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Why Submodule Simulation Matters

Analyzing shade on a module at the cell string level can boost your solar energy production forecast by over 2%

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