ReNew Power to use Dassault Systèmes’ 3D virtual platform for RE project management


Dassault Systèmes, a France-based 3D design and engineering software firm, has announced that Indian developer ReNew Power has chosen its 3DExperience software platform to manage solar, wind, and hybrid engineering, procurement, and construction projects.

Through the platform, ReNew Power will be able to quickly act on insights and ensure best-in-class project delivery to support the use of cleaner and smarter energy in India.

In a collaborative virtual environment providing a single source of the latest project data, stakeholders can track, execute and manage the progress of multiple projects simultaneously on a single platform. The platform has powerful analytics capabilities related to costs, schedule, quality, health, and safety, allowing stakeholders to manage risks and opportunities proactively.

“We were looking for a secure, scalable solution to manage the performance of projects and further our ambition to deliver sustainable solutions that can reduce India’s carbon footprint,” said Balram Mehta, COO, ReNew Power. “Dassault Systèmes’ 3DExperience platform is expected to provide us with centralized project execution and monitoring data, personalized dashboards, progress graphs, timely insights, and intuitive reports to improve our productivity.” 

“Faced with global competition and a growing focus on sustainability, companies looking to innovate faster or diversify their portfolios into new business areas need a new approach to develop, plan, build, operate and decommission projects differently,” said Thomas Grand, vice president, energy & materials industry, Dassault Systèmes.

“Dassault Systèmes supports its renewable energy customers in their sustainable development. The 3DExperience platform offers an inclusive, data-driven approach that enables real-time collaboration, improves execution, and accelerates innovation. Companies like ReNew Power can deliver complex projects with transparency, accuracy, and timeliness.” 


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