suns2see: A 24-hour service platform ensuring smooth operation of PV energy systems
The Swiss-based clean energy provider The meeco Group has been since its beginning a trailblazer in the innovation of intelligent and customized energy solutions. Recently, the Indian subsidiary – meeco India (Pvt) Ltd. – has developed a completely new platform for online monitoring, troubleshooting and controlling. This new tool, called “sun2see” enqueues into meeco’s range of sun2products.
Tarun Munjal, Managing Director of the meeco subsidiary in India, spearheaded and managed the entire development process of sun2see platform.
Together with his team he has established a Global Network Operations Center (G-NOC), which provides a 24-hour service for online monitoring and troubleshooting of meeco’s entire renewable power installations worldwide.
“A diligent and comprehensive monitoring from day one is mandatory for the smooth operation and long-term commercial success of each energy system”, explains Mr. Munjal.
“Real time monitoring of clean energy systems is a progressive approach to avoid potential outages, to foresee and most importantly prevent faults in the performance of such installations.
Thanks to our monitoring platform sun2see and the associated full-time service center G-NOC, we are able to provide supervision for each of our renewable power systems worldwide – regardless of the respective size.”
sun2see: as physical as online
Through this online monitoring, control and troubleshooting platform it is possible to pinpoint and fix deviations, faults or other impediments immediately and thereby, ensure a smooth operation without performance losses as well as a long-term commercial success.
As an integrated service feature also including an archiving function, sun2see enables customers to track the performance of their clean energy systems during their entire lifespan.
Easily accessible by logging in online, our clients get a concise and customized overview of all relevant performance parameters according to their individual technical system, such as the energy output or the condition of their energy storage facilities (batteries).