Locus Energy updates solar monitoring platform, rebrands to SolarOS

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Locus Energy updates solar monitoring platform, rebrands to SolarOS

Locus Energy, a developer of web-based asset
management software for renewable energy systems, has launched a
redesigned and revamped version of its solar
monitoring platform, rebranded as SolarOS. The SolarOS upgrade supports
company’s monitoring service for residential and commercial solar PV
installations and improves overall software usability and performance.

The company has updated infrastructure layer of the SolarOS
with significantly upgraded database architecture. Locus Energy currently
manages over 100,000 data feeds from distributed PV systems around the world,
and the company has plans for aggressive growth.

In order to manage data at this scale while continuing to
improve site performance and reliability, SolarOS was built on an advanced
clustered database technology.

The main dashboard of the SolarOS portfolio application
has been upgraded with a new look and feel along with an improved alert summary
so users can identify performance issues faster. With this upgrade, users now
have a new interface for setting up PV systems and managing existing sites.
Each system now has a visual site map which displays how all components fit

SolarOS makes it much easier to analyze performance yield
across a fleet of systems. Yield data for all systems is calculated in
real-time and available through email alerts and spreadsheet downloads.

CEFIA selects Locus Energy for residential solar investment

Recently, the Connecticut Clean Energy Finance and
Investment Authority (CEFIA) selected Locus Energy as an approved Performance
Data Provider for its Residential Solar Investment Program. Locus Energy has
worked with CEFIA to create a special monitoring solution that meets the
requirements of the Program.

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