Inaccess inks solar plant monitoring deal with Total Eren

Total Eren's Kiamal Solar Farm in Ouyen, Victoria. Image by: Mars.

October 4 (Renewables Now) - French independent power producer Total Eren has contracted wind and solar asset management software firm Inaccess to monitor the operation of several photovoltaic (PV) parks in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, and Kazakhstan.

Under a global framework contract, Inaccess will provide support and maintenance of unity monitoring, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) and power plant control (PPC) system services. Total Eren did not specify the names of the assets covered by the deal in its press release on Friday.

Paris-based Total Eren owns 3,500 MW of wind and solar parks in operation or under construction in 19 countries, as well as over 4,000 MW of projects under development.

Inaccess’ Unity monitoring system offers fine-tune control and enhance energy production by spotting cases of underperformance, while lowering imbalance costs. It is used for solar and wind parks, battery systems and microgrids.

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