Alectris has unveiled a fresh Global Renewable Assets Control Center

Alectris has started a new global centre that will be offering remote asset management for solar sites. The service will use the ACTIS ERP software platform, where customers are able to choose from first response, troubleshooting, and preventative maintenance depending on their needs. Clients will be accessing O&M engineers freely who will be offering solutions to their asset management issues.

Alectris is an established company that provides innovation in asset care for the worldwide solar sector. It empowers solar owners with total leverage of their investments in order to attain high-performing, worry-free solar assets. The reason for using the ACTIS ERO software platform is that it helps to achieve optimal performance of assets. It also helps to streamline and consolidate operational, technical, and financial reporting for more efficiency and reduce costs.

Vassilis Papaeconomou, Alectris CEO, said that this is the first service in the world in the renewable industry. He added that they are happy for their ability to provide such an innovative service to all global clients. It helps build an expansion strategy by providing a modular O&M service to customers who do not want to outsource everything. Such clients can choose specific parts of the service and absorb them into their current structure.

Constantinos Peonides, ACTIS ERP Commercial Director, said that the company realized the gap that existed, and therefore they did what they can to fill that gap. After researching for a long, they have come up with this service, which will provide its clients full support.

The following are some of the services provided by the Global control centre: administering contractual restrictions, responding to alerts and faults to ensure safe and reliable operations, confirming plants’ right operation, developing operational monthly, quarterly, and yearly reports, arranging and implementing preventive maintenance

Solar energy market share has continued to grow worldwide. This is because the climate crisis is affecting everyone on our planet. Therefore, everyone is responsible for curb climate change so as to reach carbon neutrality by 2050. Many countries want to shift from using fossil fuels to green energy despite having a hard time last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and would be a significant step towards achieving a carbon footprint. President Joe Biden wants the United States to re-join the Paris Agreement and be the global leader in fighting climate change.