inAccess opens new office in California to expand US operations

inAccess opens new office in California  to expand US operations

Greentech Lead America: inAccess, a vendor of monitoring
& control solutions for energy and telecom markets, has opened a new office
in San Jose, California, to support its expanding operations in the U.S. in
view of forthcoming installations of its inSolar platform in several
utility-scale solar plants in the country.

inSolar is an integrated, vendor-independent solution for
the centralized management of one or multiple geographically distributed solar
plants. 

inAccess is also extending its partner network in order
to best serve its existing customers and expand its customer base.

“The US photovoltaic market is a focal point in our
international strategy. The US solar market is steadily growing and several
utility scale solar plants will be in operation in the following years. With
inSolar, solar plant Owners, Developers and EPCs contractors will have a
powerful tool to ensure smooth plant operation and optimize their
performance,” said Christos Georgopoulos, CEO of inAccess.

inSolar provides accurate fault recognition and real-time
performance monitoring in accordance with the IEC61724 standard. It
continuously monitors the plant equipment to detect operation failures and
identify and diagnose under-performing components. It provides efficient and
swift real-time secure collection and recording of statistical data as well as
technical and financial reporting.

inSolar has already successfully installed and is
currently monitoring more than 250 Solar Plants with a combined capacity of
more than 300MWp in Europe and is in the process of strengthening its
international presence with new installations in US, and Asia.

inAccess’ solar plant monitoring system doubles capacity

inAccess recently announced that its inSolar platform is
currently monitoring more than 180 Solar Plants of a total capacity of more
than 200MWp in Southeastern Europe.

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