Swinerton Renewable Energy, an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) provider for solar markets, has standardized its entire solar fleet on Locus Energy’s SolarNOC monitoring platform.
Swinerton has now integrated Locus Energy’s hardware and software products into its utility-scale solar fleet as well as for its residential and commercial customers. Swinerton’s PV portfolio totals over 400 MW, with an additional 600 MW under construction.
Locus Energy’s SolarNOC has an open API that allows for fully automated integration with Swinerton’s Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system, which remotely gathers and analyzes real-time data such as current flow and line voltage and takes sections of the grid online or offline. SolarNOC’s open API also allows for integration with information from third-party data loggers, legacy monitoring providers, public weather data feeds and other data sources.