星期二, 九月 29, 2020
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Schneider Electric Solar launches new digital solar + storage energy management tool

Schneider Electric Solar announced the launch of Insight, its new powerful yet simple energy management platform for residential and commercial users. It is available through their local, cloud and mobile interfaces.
Insight is a part of Schneider Electric’s residential and commercial solar + storage ecosystem, providing intuitive mobile and web-browser based interfaces for consumers and installers alike. The different insight components are designed in compliance with international cybersecurity standards. Encrypted communication and storage of user information ensure user’s site access and information are always protected, and the data is stored securely.
User experience is optimized for both professionals and homeowners. For installers, powerful features like remote settings management and firmware updates make it easy to maintain the sites while keeping truck rolls minimum. Insight also offers installers a suite of portfolio monitoring and management tools, allowing them to keep track of a large number of install sites with ease.
Homeowners and property managers can leverage Insight as a single platform for energy management. Insight will provide homeowners and property managers with more accurate and complete data on their solar system performance, including the money-saving and environmental impact they’ve made. In addition to the system performance data, Insight will offer scalable load management features in the future.
“Insight is the evolution of Schneider Electric’s solar digital offerings,” said Bernhard Kiechl, VP of marketing, research and development for Schneider Electric Solar Business. “Digitalization is rapidly becoming Schneider Electric’s core focal point. We’re very excited about the future of Insight as we have additional updates planned. We’ll be releasing a whole host of new features in the coming months.”
Insight mobile app is available on Apple Store and Google Play in selected countries. All current Insight 2 and Solar mobile app users are transferred to the Insight platform, and Conext Gateway and ComBox will be supported by Insight.

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