Strategic Partnership between skytron energy and AlsoEnergy

19.06.2018

Berlin – The leading utility monitoring and control provider skytron energy and the leading commercial and industrial monitoring provider AlsoEnergy will partner in the worldwide sales and service of their PV power plant monitoring solutions. Combined, the companies monitor a total 14 gigawatts (GW) on PV plants.

Through the partnership, skytron energy and AlsoEnergy can address the needs of each specific market segment with their own innovative and flexible monitoring and control solution, worldwide. Additionally, the partnership enables the use of their complementary strengths in sales, services, products and control solutions. AlsoEnergy is the leading North American provider of monitoring solutions for commercial and industrial PV systems. Skytron energy is a global market leader in the monitoring and control of utility-scale PV power plants. Monitoring solutions of the two companies are used in more than 21,500 PV power plants around the world.

"In the competitive global solar markets, reliable monitoring of assets together with low O&M costs are becoming increasingly important. The cooperation between AlsoEnergy and skytron energy creates a powerful partnership that enables efficient and industry-leading monitoring and control technologies for all types of solar systems. In addition, skytron energy gains better access to the US market", says Francisco Baraona, CEO of skytron energy.

"The cooperation enables both companies to offer tailored and scalable monitoring-solutions for PV power plants of any scale. Our nearly 100% complementary technologies, market segments and regions will bring our value faster to international customers and partners”, adds Robert Schaefer, CEO of AlsoEnergy.

Source: Skytron EnergyAlsoEnergy

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