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星期六, 八月 8, 2020
Home PV News Strata Solar taps Power Factors software for renewable asset management

Strata Solar taps Power Factors software for renewable asset management

Source:Power Factors

Power Factors announced that Strata Solar has selected its Drive Plus software platform to manage its renewable assets.

The Power Factors Drive Plus platform combines technical asset management and field service management into a single platform, linking operational events to work orders, spare parts inventory and commercial compliance in real time to optimize maintenance and reporting. Strata Solar is deploying Drive Plus to manage a diverse and growing portfolio of solar and battery storage assets, totaling more than 2,500 MW across 250 sites across North America.

“All of us at Power Factors are excited to partner with Strata Solar,” said Gary Meyers, CEO of Power Factors. “Their expertise across the entire lifecycle of solar power plants — from EPC through O&M — is well-known and respected throughout the industry, and their selection of the Drive Plus platform for asset management and field service management is truly a great honor for us. We are highly impressed by the Strata team; they are not only experts at solar, they also understand how to engage partners like very few others. We look forward to a long and successful partnership together.”

“We initiated a comprehensive evaluation of the solutions to address our large and growing scale, and Power Factors came out on top,” said Gary Freeman, Sr. Vice President of Operations and Maintenance of Strata Solar. “The team and the solution impressed us; they understand our unique challenges and are working with us to devise innovative solutions. We feel they understand what a long-term partnership means, and I’m delighted to be working together with Power Factors to solve our customers’ challenges.”

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