Fremont, California (EastBayDaily) — Solaria Corporation, a global manufacturer of solar photovoltaic modules and systems, today announced a partnership to add meteocontrol’s Virtual Control Room (VCOM) monitoring system to Solaria projects. Developers and utility companies will tap meteocontrol’s VCOM, a remote Cloud-based operating system, which guarantees optimum operations management and performance for their PV systems.
“By outfitting Solaria systems with meteocontrol, we not only provide the most robust operations, but guarantee that our systems are performing optimally,” said Dan Shugar, Solaria CEO. “meteocontrol makes the operations management process easy and efficient.”
The partnership furthers Solaria’s commitment to excellence and customer support. The monitoring technology will provide increased ROI for project investors.
“Solaria sets the standard for solar technologies and innovation,” said Benjamin Compton, meteocontrol North America COO and VP of commercial operations. “We are committed to providing greater clarity and simplicity of solar operations management and performance, which are required for solar to become a fundamental energy source throughout the country.”
The U.S. is the world’s fastest-growing solar market, and PV systems are installed and designed to produce energy for more than 25 years. The partnership is an essential component in ensuring this continual growth and reliability, while ensuring peak solar energy output nationwide.
About Solaria Solaria Corporation designs, manufactures and markets silicon PV modules and systems to solar system integrators, project developers and electric utilities. Based on its patented low-cost technology, Solaria’s modules provide reliable performance while matching the form, fit and performance of conventional PV modules. Solaria headquarters are in California with operations in Germany and India. For more information, please visit http://www.solaria.com.
About meteocontrol meteocontrol is the leading global provider of solar performance monitoring software and hardware, SCADA solutions for PV plant control, independent engineering, and O&M services for photovoltaic installations. meteocontrol currently monitors or controls over 3.8 GW in more than 23,000 PV systems worldwide, and has provided energy yield reports, independent engineering and technical consulting services for PV projects with an investment value over $10 billion. The company currently provides asset management and O&M services for more than 150 MW of PV projects.