Schneider, AlsoEnergy team up on monitoring solution for string inverters

Schneider Electric has designated AlsoEnergy as the preferred monitoring provider to pair with its Conext CL series of three-phase string inverters. AlsoEnergy has been selected for their ability to deliver the best user experience with these inverters: seamless integration of technologies, along with proven results for overall system design, deployment, and Operations and Maintenance (O&M).

Schneider Electric invertersAlsoEnergy is a leader among independent solar monitoring providers, with over 4 GW of power monitored at more than 12,000 independent locations worldwide.

“We are honored to be named as a preferred partner by a major industry player such as Schneider Electric” says AlsoEnergy CEO Robert Schaefer. “We are particularly pleased to work with Conext CL tier I inverters, a product line that is optimized for today’s decentralized solar power projects.”

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AlsoEnergy serves a wide range of solar power projects with two industry-leading software products for PV performance evaluation (PowerTrack and DECK Monitoring). With a host of customizable display-and-analysis options for aggregated portfolio data, AlsoEnergy solutions are a perfect fit for the large decentralized systems that will choose the Conext CL Series. Together these technologies will help customers optimize yield and reduce maintenance costs, so projects can achieve increased ROI.

Built for decentralized architecture, Conext CL inverters are great for commercial buildings, carports and decentralized power plants. Optimized modular design enables faster installations and easy scaling for systems of all sizes. Users benefit from minimal system downtime due to short replacement lead time and ease of servicing. This line of inverters offers full grid support features and all the system capabilities of the Schneider Electric product line. The Conext CL Series is now available in 18 kW and 20 kW for North America. Head to their website for more info.

— Solar Builder magazine

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