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Swinerton Renewable Energy partners with Locus Energy

Top-ranked US commercial solar contractor chooses Locus Energy as its exclusive solar monitoring provider.

Swinerton Renewable Energy, a turnkey engineering, procurement and construction and operations and management provider for the utility-scale and distributed PV markets, will standardize its entire solar fleet on Locus Energy’s SolarNOC monitoring platform and PVIQ analytics suite as part of its SOLV™ enterprise solution for optimizing and managing plants. 

Locus Energy’s SolarNOC platform will assist Swinerton Renewable Energy’s SOLV solution to provide  monitoring, analytics and operations/maintenance services for both its utility-scale and commercial fleet customers. Swinerton’s PV portfolio spans more than 400 MW, with an additional 600 MW under construction.  
By leveraging Locus Energy’s web-based SolarNOC software as part of the SOLV solution, Swinerton’s fleet operators will be able to more efficiently organize and assess performance data over a diverse set of solar PV assets spread across a wide geographical area, as well as streamline O&M workflows. In addition, Locus Energy has expanded its data acquisition and presentation capabilities, enabling Swinerton to integrate data from its industry-leading SCADA system.
Swinerton Renewable Energy will also integrate Locus Energy’s PVIQ analytics suite, a set of advanced data analytics services that allows PV system managers to analyze system and fleet level performance and quickly identify any causes of underperformance.
“Locus is uniquely positioned to provide the most advanced monitoring and analytics solutions across all segments of the PV market, at scale,” said Angelo Purpuras, manager of technical services at Swinerton. “The use of the SolarNOC to manage our fleet provides our technicians with unprecedented data visibility, and the PVIQ analytics will help us to continue providing premium O&M services to our customers.”

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