Software Monitoring Agreement For Inaccess

Total Eren Hires UK’s Inaccess To Monitor Solar Power Plants

Software Monitoring Agreement For Inaccess

Inaccess said it will deploy the Unity system to monitor Total Eren's solar projects. (Photo Credit: Inaccess)

  • Total Eren has hired Inaccess to provides software monitoring services for its solar power plants
  • These projects are located in Argentina, Australia, Brazil and Kazakhstan markets
  • Inaccess said it will also provide SCADA and PPC system along with deploying its Unity software

French renewable energy company Total Eren has hired software monitoring services provider Inaccess Ltd to provide its services for the company’s solar power plants in Argentina, Australia, Brazil and Kazakhstan.

London, UK headquartered Inaccess will deploy its Unity Monitoring software in addition to providing Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Power Plant Control (PPC) system for several of the French company’s plants in the above-mentioned countries.

Inaccess said its Unity system ensures n-excuses accurate monitoring, control and optimization acting as the ‘single version of truth’ among EPC, O&M, asset management and market management ecosystem.

While the exact capacity Inaccess will monitor for Total Eren is not known, the French company has 3.5 GW wind and solar power plants in operation or under construction in 19 nations, and has over 4 GW under development globally.

Inaccess claims to be one of the largest independent solar SCADA leaders globally with more than 25 GW portfolio in 52 nations.

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