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Unlocking the power of advanced analytics: maximizing value in multi-GW utility-scale solar portfolios

We will discuss and gain unique insights into the practical applications of advanced analytics in solar asset performance management, along with the potential revenue benefits it can offer.


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In the era of multi-GW portfolios, there is more solar plant data to analyse than ever before. Solar asset owners and manager’s capable of cutting through the noise are already enjoying tangible benefits.  Discover how 3E, a leading technology company in the SaaS sector, is delivering advanced analytics solutions for significantly enhancing plant performance and revenue through data-informed interventions.

Join us for a pv magazine Webinar that spotlights advanced analytics and explores how digital twin-based intelligent insights can enhance operational and maintenance performance in your solar plants and portfolios.

We will explore how you can manage diverse devices, configurations, and operating conditions at scale with Julien Deckx, Product Manager for SynaptiQ Solar Analytics at 3E. We will also discover how this intricate array of plant data can be transformed into clear and actionable decisions.

Parul Agrawal, AVP of Digital Solutions at ReNew, will show how advanced analytics is employed to identify and address performance gaps and identify root causes. She will also demonstrate the implementation of targeted strategies use cases to improve plant performance within their multi-GW solar portfolio, all while highlighting the revenue and efficiency improvement potential unleashed by these analytical insights.

pv magazine Webinar content: 

  • Discover how advanced analytics creates value and learn how to substantiate it.
  • Gain insights from ReNew — a pioneer in energy digitalization and the preferred decarbonization solutions provider for corporates — and understand the concrete benefits this multi-GW asset owner has enjoyed using advanced analytics.
  • Explore the advanced analytics application offered by 3E SynaptiQ.
  • Unlock the potential of a physics-based performance model for pinpointing performance issues in finer detail.
  • Q&A

Questions can be submitted beforehand in the comments window when registering or in the chat window during the live webinar. Jonathan Gifford, editor in chief and Matthew Lynas, editor at pv magazine, will be the co-moderators of this webinar.

Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.


Julien Deckx | Product Manager for SynaptiQ Solar Analytics, 3E

Julien Deckx is Product Manager for SynaptiQ Solar Analytics at 3E. He built up his expertise in software product management and data science in the medical imaging analysis business for 10 years, before following his passion for renewables by joining 3E in 2020. Julien holds a MSc in Engineering at the University of Leuven.

Parul Agrawal | AVP Digital Solutions, ReNew

Parul Agrawal is at the forefront of ReNew's digital transformation efforts. Along with her team, she is spearheading the organization's preparations for the future, utilizing data and technology to enhance efficiency and productivity within the company. Prior to her current role, Parul has accumulated over a decade of experience in the infrastructure sector.


Jonathan Gifford | Editor in chief, pv magazine

While overseeing pv magazine‘s Australian website, Jonathan also reports on equipment supply, thin film and Australasia for the global print edition and online. With a background in broadcast journalism for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Deutsche Welle and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Jonathan has been reporting on environmental and technology issues since 2005. He has been with pv magazine since 2011.

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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