Product News: Software
Solar Monitoring Software helps identify performance issues.
Press Release Summary:
June 14, 2012 - Intended for residential and commercial solar PV installations, SolarOS provides interface for setting up PV systems and managing existing sites. Each system has visual site map which displays how components such as meters, inverters, weather stations, and combiners/recombiners fit together. With SolarOS, users can analyze performance yield across fleet of systems. Yield data is calculated in real-time and available through email alerts and spreadsheet downloads.
Original Press Release
Locus Energy Releases SolarOS(TM) - a Major Update to Its Industry Leading Solar Monitoring Platform
Press release date: May 30, 2012
-- All New Site Configuration Tool - users now have a new interface for setting up PV systems and managing existing sites. Each system now has a visual site map which displays how all components (meters, inverters, weather stations, combiners/recombiners and arrays) fit together.
-- Performance Yield Analysis - SolarOS makes it much easier to analyze performance yield across a fleet of systems. Yield data for all systems is calculated in real-time and available through email alerts and spreadsheet downloads.
-- Redesigned Reports Interface - the new reports module allows users to select systems and either graph or download performance data quickly. The interface also features more robust scheduling options so reports can be run automatically and emailed out as attachments to one or more users. Please visit www.locusenergy.com for more information. About Locus Energy
Locus Energy develops web-based asset management software for renewable energy systems. We provide monitoring, analytics and data services for deployments of solar photovoltaic and solar thermal technology. By leveraging Locus' products, renewable finance companies and integrators can drive down the cost and complexity of energy monitoring while making it much easier to maintain and service an installed client base. Founded in 2007, Locus has offices in New York and San Francisco, and monitors thousands of PV arrays worldwide. Media contact: Adrian De Luca, 212-500-2097 Web Site: http://www.locusenergy.com