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climate samurai
Climate Samurai
September 12, 2017

“We at Locus are very excited to bring these new offerings to market. We’ve invested a lot in our tools to enable remote assessment of system underperformance, and this new solution helps us deliver them easily to customers,” said CEO Michael Herzig. “Effectively, Active Monitoring and the Clarity Fleet Analysis deliver peace-of-mind to our customers about the performance of every system that has been deployed.”

times union
Times Union
September 08, 2017

Today, Locus Energy announced the launch of a comprehensive, low-cost monitoring, analytics, and fleet management solution for residential solar sites. The offerings, Active Monitoring and Clarity Fleet Analysis, separate out addressable issues, such as capacity losses, from non-addressable issues, such as shading and snow losses, in order to increase system uptime and reduce maintenance costs.

alt energy magazine
Alt Energy Magazine
August 30, 2017

Today, Locus Energy announced new, advanced hardware flexibility, with an enhanced capability to collect data from on-site aggregators and third-party equipment directly. This capability will enable customers to streamline and optimize their hardware procurement costs and provide them with versatile OEM and third party support. 

solar power world
Kelly Pickerel, Reporter, Solar Power World
August 30, 2017

Locus Energy announced new, advanced hardware flexibility with enhanced capability to collect data from on-site aggregators and third-party equipment directly. This will enable customers to streamline and optimize their hardware procurement costs and provide them with versatile OEM and third party support.

saur energy international
Saur Energy International
August 30, 2017

With the ability to ingest data from many different endpoints, project stakeholders can now take advantage of Locus’ multitude of tools and applications. This includes SolarNOC, Locus’ cloud-based fleet management platform, which provides an unprecedented level of control over how system data is aggregated, displayed, and analyzed.

solar quarter
Solar Quarter
August 30, 2017

This capability will enable customers to streamline and optimize their hardware procurement costs and provide them with versatile OEM and third party support. Locus Energy announced new, advanced hardware flexibility, with an enhanced capability to collect data from on-site aggregators and third-party equipment directly. This capability will enable customers to streamline and optimize their hardware procurement costs and provide them with versatile OEM and third party support.

solar today
Solar Today
August 30, 2017
This data architecture directly benefits anyone looking to consolidate and standardise data from a variety of system and equipment types, all while reducing costs. Locus can now accept data directly from existing OEM loggers and other industry-standard gateways, streamlining data acquisition for developers, owners, and operators, with minimal risk or downtime.
solar quarter
Solar Quarter
August 18, 2017

Locus Energy is one of the largest independent PV monitoring companies in the world, and is a global leader in solar data analytics. As India is one of the largest and most quickly developing solar markets, Locus is keenly interested in the opportunity it presents. 

the lane report
Susan Gosselin, Reporter, The Lane Report
July 11, 2017

Genscape acquired Locus Energy, a solar monitoring company, to help it quickly get its arms around the global trade in solar power. Using remote sensing technology similar to that for traditional power plants, Locus has deployed more than 150,000 sensors worldwide, resulting in more than 80 billion data points collected, with most of that coming from the U.S.

The information can come from sensors embedded in the panels themselves, or through sensors monitoring the output on the lines. Even with but 13.5 percent of U.S. solar capacity covered through Locus, the information generated is invaluable to larger utilities, capital providers, equipment manufacturers and asset managers.

solar magazine
Andrew Burger, Reporter, Solar Magazine
June 09, 2017

Locus Energy carries out performance monitoring and data analytics services for solar PV energy producers across the residential, commercial, industrial, and utility sectors. According to a Feb. 28 press release, the company’s solar monitoring fleet has surpassed 5.0 gigawatts (GW) of solar capacity globally, 4.8-GWs of which is located in the U.S.

On June 1, Locus announced the addition of the Virtual Irradiance (VI) Performance Waterfall – a “game-changing” loss-estimation feature – to its SolarNOC™ Platform. The new product analyzes power generation data direct from a solar meter to determine whether PV panels and inverters installed “behind the meter” on utility customer sites are working as expected. When they aren’t, the application determines probable sources of the discrepancies and presents ways of resolving them.

 

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