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Total Lost Production (Inverter Normalized)

The sum of Lost Production to Performance (inverter-normalized) and Lost Production to Downtime (inverter-normalized):

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Technology

Solar

Remarks

When one of the inputs is missing values, the Total Lost Production (Inverter Normalized) signal will be equal to the remaining input signal for the affected periods of time.

Equation
Total_Lost_Production__Inverter_Normalized__-_Equation.png

Where:

ELPtot,normalized

is the Total Lost Production (inverter-normalized)

ELPP,normalizedz

is the Lost Production to Performance (Inverter Normalized), with fallback to 0 if undefined

ELPD,normalizedz

is the Lost Production to Downtime (Inverter Normalized), with fallback to 0 if undefined

Inputs
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Usage Example

Here, plotted against time in Data Studio with a daily resolution.

A Total Lost Production:

Total_Lost_Production__Inverter_Normalized__-_Usage_Example_1.png

As we can see, Total Lost Production is a combination of both Lost production to Performance and Lost Production to Downtime:

Total_Lost_Production__Inverter_Normalized__-_Usage_Example_2.png