Utility-Scale Solar PV Portfolio Monitoring

Leading North American IPP Coronal Energy Selects QOS Energy

Type of Plants

Solar PV

Total Power

over 350 MWp

Location

United-States of America

Client Activity

Independant Power Producer (IPP)

Leading North American IPP Coronal Energy Selects QOS Energy

Coronal Energy Rolls Out QOS Energy’s O&M Monitoring Platform Across 355 MW Solar Portfolio

Thanks to the system’s flexibility, Coronal was able to migrate data from five different monitoring platform into a single one in just two months.

Coronal Energy, a leading North American IPP specialized in solar PV and energy storage projects, has selected QOS Energy, an innovative independent software vendor specializing in data intelligence solutions for renewable energy assets, as its primary monitoring and performance analytics software partner. Coronal will benefit from the Qantum® platform’s unique ability to aggregate data from all types of energy sources onto one single analytics platform to monitor its 353 MW solar asset portfolio.

Saufley Utility Scale Solar PV Plant - Coronal Energy

“Before consolidating our O&M management with QOS Energy, we used to rely on as much as five different monitoring platforms. That obviously generated a lot of unnecessary work for our performance team and created inconsistencies across our KPIs. Not only was it far too time consuming, it was also impossible to explore a portfolio-wide view or compare the performance of different projects as data was coming in five different formats.

Unsurprisingly, our asset management team is very happy with this move”.

Vania Mesrob

VP Asset Management of Coronal Energy

About Coronal Energy

Coronal Energy operates solar PV projects for utilities, corporations, public sector agencies, and other enterprise organizations in exclusive partnership with Panasonic. Coronal is also the owner of Blue Oak Energy, a best-in-class commercial and utility-scale solar engineering and construction company founded in 2003. Blue Oak Energy was acquired by Coronal in 2016 and operates as a wholly owned subsidiary.

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