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Optimizing fast-growing solar energy portfolios

In this pv magazine Webinar on November 1, we’ll discuss with Amperecloud how O&M departments can work efficiently and best exploit the potential savings from automated monitoring.


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For solar asset owners, EPCs, asset managers and O&M facilitators, working cohesively to track performance via monitoring, analysis, maintenance, reporting and management can be difficult to do well, and efficiently. Labor shortages are present in many parts of the world, and inefficiencies cost time and money.

Digital technology is earning the trust of owners for good reason, and it goes far beyond manually creating and sharing Excel spreadsheets. Better platforms can reduce the need to carry out repetitive tasks through automation, while effective centralization can make lighter work of operations management and portfolio optimization. In turn, small teams can manage larger and larger portfolios without the need to add resources, improving efficiency.

In this pv magazine Webinar, we will discuss with Erik Nitschke, CTO at Amperecloud, our initiative partner, how practical approaches to managing workflow are earning the trust of solar asset owners and more. Through a live demonstration and case studies, we’ll see how a platform can manage a diverse portfolio of PV installations. In addition, how platforms like Amperecloud can reduce the number of stakeholders and data points that PV site operators need to manage, and smooth out communication issues that can exist through.

Amperecloud experts will be on hand to demonstrate, explain, and detail both the challenges of the energy transition, and how a platform approach can reduce overall labor demands and how O&Ms can unlock their full potential, and more.

pv magazine Webinar content:

  • Introduction to the landscape of digital and cloud-based platforms and solar asset monitoring
  • A demonstration of how Amperecloud’s software platform works, what it enables, and how it can help a broad range of stakeholders
  • Details on how automation works and how it’s used in the field
  • Hear practical insights from fast-growing German solar company 4:energy
  • Q&A

Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. Tristan Rayner and Matthew Lynas, editors at pv magazine, will be the co-moderators of this webinar.

Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.


Erik Nitschke | CTO, Amperecloud

Erik Nitschke is CTO at Amperecloud and already has 13 years of experience in the technology industry, including over 10 years in fast-growing companies. His first contact with the PV industry dates back to 2013.

Anja Spannaus, Managing Director, 4:energy

In her function as team lead asset management at re:cap global investors AG, Anja Spannhaus is responsible for a portfolio of 1.2 Gap assets under management. Furthermore, as the managing director of German O&M 4:energy, she and her team are responsible for monitoring, maintenance, and performance of more than 300 MWp.


Tristan Rayner | Editor, pv magazine

After studying Electrical Engineering, Tristan Rayner turned his attention to editorial roles. Prior to joining pv magazine in 2020, he was managing editor and founding editor of culture, tech and sport publications in Australia, and later contributed to publications including Android Authority, AFP, ZDNet, and YouTube channel The Friday Checkout, among other roles.

Matthew Lynas | Editor, pv magazine

Matthew Lynas joined pv magazine as features editor in 2023. An experienced business-to-business journalist, Matthew is responsible for features in our monthly global print title. Previously, he served as editor of a leading UK retail magazine, covering a broad range of issues including sustainability projects in the grocery and FMCG sectors.

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