inAccess Networks partners with Concerteo to bring "inSolar" to France


Through this partnership Concerteo will be offering "inSolar" to help its customers in France manage photovoltaic plants energy revenue flow, streamline production operations and run reporting tasks seamlessly.

"inSolar" developed by inAccess Networks, is an integrated vendor-independent monitoring & control platform for managing multiple and geographically dispersed solar plants. "inSolar" continuously monitors the equipment of the plant to detect operation failures or under-performance spots.

It provides real-time and secure collection and recording of statistical data as well as reporting according to the operators' needs. Reports can be obtained directly on a desktop or through web browsers, email and SMS services. Data handling and processing are fully compliant to IEC 61724 standard.

The grid connected PV installation market, as it reaches new maturity levels, is driven by more stringent regulations that call for new sets of requirements expected to be offered by central monitoring and control solutions.

"inSolar" has a strong record of reliable operations in several solar plants of MW-scale, developed by major international solar funds and has a pipeline of hundreds of MW for 2011. With its cutting edge technology, "inSolar" minimizes downtime and improves the plants' performance, while offering a best-in-class user-friendly system interface.

"Our partnership with inAccess Networks gives us the opportunity to combine the robust monitoring of "inSolar" at large PV plants installed in high solar potential countries with the reach and understanding of French market requirements built by Concerteo since 2009," said Thierry Mottin, Managing Director of Concerteo.

"The partnership with inAccess Networks enables Concerteo to launch an immediate go-to-market plan at full capacity to distribute, integrate and support this offering on the French market. We strongly believe that this partnership and the successful integration of "inSolar" into our customer's information environment will provide valuable decision making tools that will enable new services to generate additional revenues."

Stavros Vougas, Director International Sales of inAccess Networks added: "Our partnership with Concerteo is another step towards strengthening our international network of companies that offer value beyond the typical installations of a PV plant. France is a key market for our EMEA business expansion and we look forward to working hand-in-hand with Concerteo to enable PV plants in France to benefit from the advanced features of "inSolar"."