Gujarat-based Prescinto Technologies (Prescinto) announced this week it has entered a partnership with Greek renewables developer SunSolarWind to apply its artificial intelligence-powered asset performance management (APM) solution for SunSolarWind’s 70 MW of solar assets. Prescinto solution will streamline operations and maintenance for SunSolarWind and improve their solar asset generation by providing accurate, real-time data and actionable insights.
SunSolarWind is Thessaloniki-based wind and solar energy project developer with a portfolio of more than 100 projects across Greece.
The deal follows Prescinto’s recent entry into the North American market.
“Using Prescinto’s proprietary AI-powered software, SunSolarWind will have access to advanced monitoring technology and pre-trained data models to identify and categorize underperformance in real time,” stated Prescinto. “The platform will provide a single point of verification for SunSolarWind’s solar plant data, extracting up-to-the-minute insights and efficiently managing the field service team’s daily operations using Prescinto’s Monitor, Analyze, and Operate product modules.”
Prescinto’s APM software is designed to efficiently adapt to the client’s needs and is tailored to SunSolarWind’s specific requirements.
“Our team has worked closely with SunSolarWind to understand their bottlenecks and implement the appropriate solutions to enhance energy generation and streamline their operations,” said Puneet Singh Jaggi, founder and CEO of Prescinto.
“With our exponential growth in managed assets, the SunSolarWind team can now focus more on improving asset performance with a considerable reduction in time and effort,” says Konstantinos Fountas, Partner at SunSolarWind.
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