With many of our customers moving into solar we are now expanding our product portfolio into solar photovoltaics with the launch of Bright. Last week I spent two days in San Francisco at the Solar Asset Management conference to learn more about asset management of solar photovoltaics and what it means to our customers and products from a data perspective.
Breeze can calculate availability and lost production in many different ways, but on the dashboards you'll only see the values that are the ones chosen as default calculation. In this Breeze Academy you'll learn how to change these default settings in Breeze.
Today we are officially launching Bright, a modern software service built to assist solar PV owners and operators in capturing the true potential of their assets. Much like Breeze for wind, Bright connects remotely to solar PV sites regardless of model or brand, resulting in a single system to monitor, analyze and optimize industry-scale solar PV portfolios.
Users of Breeze manage ever-greater wind portfolios. With more turbines to monitor comes a greater need for control. The new Sidebar in Breeze makes the system quicker to work with and provides a better overview of large wind portfolios.
Germany based BayWa r.e. has chosen the Breeze system for wind farm management. This marks the largest German wind portfolio to be installed in Breeze to date. BayWa r.e. operates wind and PV farms in Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Poland, Sweden, Austria and USA. With a portfolio exceeding 1,500MW of controlled capacity (of which 950MW are wind), BayWa r.e. is one of Europe's leading renewable energy services provider.
Wind farm owner and operator Eurowatt in France has chosen the Breeze Wind Farm Management system for wind turbine monitoring, reporting and analysis. The Eurowatt Group is one of France’s leading independent suppliers of renewable energy. The company covers all phases in wind power projects – from wind farm development and construction to operation and management.