Sep 7, 2012 - Greece-based inAccess Networks, a supplier of communication and control systems for the telecommunications and renewables sectors, yesterday said it had transferred its headquarters (HQ) to the UK as part of its strategy for international expansion.
In July, the company announced its entry into the US market with an office in the state of California in a bid to support the expansion of its solar monitoring system. Back in June, inAccess opened an office in India to pursue large power producers and utility-scale solar plants developers.
The company's CEO Christos Georgopulos said the company would keep its HQ and research and development in Europe and would target to expand sales and implementation teams in the US and India.
inAccess' inSolar integrated vendor-independent solar plant monitoring system is installed in some 300 solar power plants with total capacity of some 400 MWp in Europe, US and Asia, the company said. inSolar can manage several solar power plants located in multiple places. It monitors the equipment of the plants and provides real-time statistical data and reports, detecting operation failures or under-performance situations.