Meteonorm contains worldwide weather data which you can retrieve in over 35 data formats. Be it as an Excel file for manual analysis or be it as an import to your photovoltaic, solar thermal or building simulation software.
Meteonorm contains the best foundation: 8'325 weather stations, five geostationary satellites and 30 years of experience. On this basis, state of the art interpolation models deliver global data with highest accuracy.
Irradiation and other weather data for any location on Earth.
The database is fed by 8'325 weather stations worldwide as well as by five geostationary satellites with global coverage.
Built-in state of the art interpolation models deliver data for any location worldwide with a precision compareable to measurements.
The standard is 1991–2010 for irradiation and 2000–2009 for other parameters; other periods can be selected.
Current data can be accessed online directly from the software. User data can also be imported.
Meteonorm contains several climate change scenarios, so you can also plan for the future.
Global radiation, direct radiation, temperature, precipitation, humidity, wind etc. See the list of all parameters.
Meteonorm delivers monthly, hourly and even minute values.
More than 35 output formats are available: CSV, TMY2, TMY3, EPW, PVSol, PVSyst, Polysun etc. See the list of all formats.
You require a specific data set or analysis? We offer a range of customizeable products and services based on Meteonorm.
The full version licence provides full access to all the data and functions of the Meteonorm software. If you own a licence of Meteonorm version 6 you can upgrade to version 7. A EDU licence for universities and schools provides access to a full version of the Meteonorm software and 10 tutorial licences which are valid for one year
If you need Meteonorm data sets at specific sites only every now and then, you can buy the typical years you need. Additionally, you can buy historic time series for specific sites from weather stations and satellite data from our measurement archive. Additionaly we produce irradiation maps for every region on the globe between 62°S and 62° N.
With the Meteonorm plug-in (DLL) you can integrate the whole Meteonorm data base into your software application. With the Meteonorm Webservice (API) you can integrate meteonorm data sets online into websites or simulation software.
A solar cadastre provides orientation, angle, irradiation, and the potential of solar production for each rooftop. The irradiation data comes from Meteonorm. Our expertises are tailor-made assessments of solar radiation for your location and for your special preferences.
Meteotest is the company behind the product Meteonorm.
Meteotest was founded 1981 as an independent private company. Our team consists of approximately 40 scientists, engineers and software developers.
Meteotest is committed to ecological issues and a sound working environment since it was founded. The majority of the company is owned by the employees. This aspect is a guarantee for the long term successful strategy of our company as well as a high dedication towards our clients.
In this environment, the first version of Meteonorm was created in the early 80ies thanks to intensive research activities in collaboration with universities and the industry. Since then Meteonorm has been continously developed. Today it is considered as an industry reference for solar resources and is successfully used worldwide.