星期日, 10月 17, 2021
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GreenPowerMonitor expands PV asset management platform with new acquisition

GreenPowerMonitor, a DNV company, has acquired the PV analytics technology platform PEAK from Alteso. PEAK’s special algorithms, including machine learning for exploring big data, will be integrated into GPM’s platforms.

With this optimized digital analytics platform GPM will be able to provide advanced analytics services to the global solar industry, using visualized insights and AI-driven solutions.

“This acquisition reinforces our strategy to serve our customers in the renewables industry with advanced analytics, multi-technology, grid integration and asset management. At GPM we are at the beginning of a deeper transformation where we will combine knowledge, expertise and innovative data-driven monitoring solutions helping our customers get the most out of their assets.”, said Juan Carlos Arévalo, CEO of GreenPowerMonitor, a DNV company.

The integration of Alteso fits into the continuous focus of DNV and GPM to support renewable owners and developers in optimizing renewable assets by digitalization and innovation, focussing on digital twins, asset management, monitoring and control solutions.

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