February 15, 2018 — Company
REG Power Management selects Greenbyte for data management
REG Power Management has selected Greenbyte's modern software systems Breeze for wind farm management and Bright for solar PV plant management.
Sales Manager, Greenbyte
REG Power Management has selected Greenbyte’s modern software systems Breeze for wind farm management and Bright for solar PV plant management. REG Power Management, headquartered in Guildford UK, is a developer, owner and operator of renewable energy projects, with a track record of over 1000 MW. Greenbyte will work with REG Power Management to bring into Breeze and Bright their current portfolio of 30 wind farms and 10 solar PV plants. The systems will be used for real time production monitoring, streamlined reporting and in-depth data analysis over any time period to optimize plant energy output, performance and availability.
“We are delighted to have selected Greenbyte to provide the core monitoring and SCADA overlay system for our operational fleet of over 400 MW of wind and solar projects under management. The decision to partner with Greenbyte was made following an extensive review of the market and solutions available,“ says Simon Wannop, Commercial Director at REG Power Management.
“We are excited to bring REG on as a customer. REG is one of the most respected and experienced renewable energy companies in the UK and their trust in us means a lot. We look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership for many years to come,” says Jonas Corné, CEO at Greenbyte.
About REG Power Management
Established in 2005, REG Power Management is a developer, owner and operator of renewable energy projects. REG has developed and built over 1000MW of operational wind and solar projects, not only in the UK but in Canada and Poland. In addition to our own assets, REG looks after one of the largest portfolios of UK wind and solar assets for third parties including BlackRock. Leveraging their asset owning capability in this way enables REG to bring innovative and creative solutions developed over many years, maximising the potential of third party owned assets.