The SolarNOC software developed by solar monitoring and data analytics platform Locus Energy is processing data from almost 1 GW of capacity, according to a press release issued by the New Jersey company yesterday (Thursday).
Hoboken-based Locus says it has reached 50,000 installations with demand for its SolarNOC (network operations center) software leading the charge as the company was named the biggest independent solar monitoring platform for residential solar in the U.S. two years running.
The company has boasted more than 100% growth for five years in a row and processes more than 15 million data points daily for a cumulative total of 30 million data points.
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