Power Factors gets Greenbyte in renewables software application tie-up
- Renewable energy software application carriers Power Factors and also Greenbyte have actually signed up with forces, producing an entity that supports more than 75GW of solar, wind as well as energy storage properties internationally.
California-based Power Factors today finished its procurement of Greenbyte, a Sweden-headquartered designer of wise information software program that aims to raise productivity in renewables projects.
It is expected the cooperation will certainly allow Greenbyte to increase its work to assist clients comprehend as well as act upon clean energy information. With time, the firms' platforms are anticipated to merge, combining the very best practices of both into one toolset for the management and also procedure of renewable energy possessions.
The bargain is anticipated to provide harmonies by combining Greenbyte's experience of Europe's clean energy market with Power Factors' history in the United States, where it signed a deal last year with Strata Solar to provide its Drive Plus software program platform to handle the O&M provider's 2.5 GW possession portfolio.
" In Power Factors, we have discovered a partner that enhances our market visibility and also our state of mind," stated Jonas Corné, Greenbyte's CEO. "Signing up with forces enables us to much better adapt to the changing requirements of our clients. It indicates extra credible information, even more development and, inevitably, more renewable energy."
The offer comes amidst boosting consolidation in the renewables software room. Clean energy programmer BayWa r.e. lately got software application platforms from German firm Kaiserwetter that provide technological analytics of solar PV plants, while components producer Gibraltar Industries has purchased solar system design software program company Sunfig.
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