The Meteonorm software contains worldwide climate data which you can retrieve in over 35 data formats. This can be as an Excel file for specific
analysis or as a direct import to your photovoltaic, solar thermal or building simulation software.
Meteonorm contains the best data base: 8'325 weather stations, five geostationary satellites and 30+ years of experience. On this
basis, state of the art interpolation models provide data for every site with highest accuracy.
Irradiation and other climate data for any location on earth as typical years.
The database contains 8'325 weather stations worldwide as well as five geostationary satellites with global coverage.
Built-in state of the art interpolation models provide data for any location worldwide with a precision comparable to measurements.
The periods 1981-1990 and 1996-2015 are available for solar irradiation on a global scale, the periods 1961-1990 and 2000-2019 for all other meteorological parameters.
Meteonorm offers the possibility to download of current monthly temperature and irradiation data.
1996 – 2015: new main period for radiation parameters (see new maps)
2000 – 2019: new main period for temperature, dew point temperature, wind, precipitation and days with precipitation
This recent time period is denoted in the new Version as “contemporary”.
It is still possible to choose a “historic” data period (1981 – 1990 for radiation and 1961 – 1990 for temperature).
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.
Over 30 Parameters
Global radiation, direct radiation, temperature, precipitation, humidity, wind and many more.
Meteonorm delivers monthly, hourly and even minute values.
More than 35 output formats are available: CSV, TMY2, TMY3, EPW, PVSol, PVSyst, Polysun and many more.