Scan the sun

ScanTheSun is a mobile application for the design and evaluation of solar installations based on scientific methods and physical data obtained from your smartphone’s sensors. Get up to 35% more energy from a solar installation and:

  • reduce installation costs
  • shorten the payback period
  • put panels in places with the most solar energy
  • reduce the effect of shadowing by surrounding trees and buildings
  • get the best panels direction at your installation site


Within a minute get the design recommendations and key information for your solar installation, such as:

Energy map

Map of solar energy on the surface of your property and places with the greatest potential for energy yield.

Solar panels placement

Solar panels placement project including window chimneys and other obstacles.
Minimization of investment costs by choosing the number of solar panels and locations with the highest energy yield.
Online solar installation project available to the investor and installer within a minute.

Energy yield forecast

Energy yield forecast for your solar installation.
Energy yield for the whole year, for a selected season and for individual months.
Total energy yield for the building or the yield per one square meter of surface.
The installation output power on an hourly basis for each month, including shading hours.

Obstacles around installation site

Impact of obstacles like landform, adjacent buildings or trees on your solar installation.

Atmospheric conditions – nasa

The impact of local weather conditions on energy yield based on NASA satellite data

Efficiency and panel optics

The impact of efficiency and optics of solar modules on energy yield at your installation site

Insolation hours

Insolation and shading hours of your building and the amount of solar energy available for its individual parts.

The best panels direction

The best panels direction for ground or roof-top installation taking into account obstacles around the installation site. You will minimize the effects of shading and the associated energy losses.