Asset Performance Management (APM) maximizes yield and cost efficiencies by reducing unplanned downtime, increasing asset availability, minimizing maintenance costs, reducing asset failures while ensuring compliance to Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) regulations. APM provides you a complete view of your Solar PV asset by collecting and analyzing performance data and integrating it into system production to enhance long-term asset reliability.

Quality Checks

Quality Checks ensure that the performance of the solar plant is at par with the global standards. These checks include in-house and third-party audits to spot operational troubles in electrical parameters, wiring, cabling, structure, alignment and performance ratios. IV Curve tracing and Heat Maps are a few techniques used to ensure optimum performance.

Remote Monitoring Tool

A cloud-based APM application continuously monitors the performance of the PV system through a remote monitoring tool that provides the user with a view of the Solar Asset anytime and anywhere.

Plant Up-time

APM uses predictive analytics to preempt equipment failures and suggest a maintenance strategy to maximize plant uptime.

A dedicated Operations and Maintenance (O&M) team at the site takes corrective and preventive actions to ensure maximum solar output. Network Operations Center (NOC) monitors the system 24/7 and troubleshoots in case of trouble.

An Asset Performance Management program allows industries to avoid emergency repairs and improve asset availability and Sales Revenue. A dedicated APM facility could help businesses avail the best output at the lowest possible costs.

Conclusion

An APM focused organization helps industries in availing the best output at the lowest possible costs. An Asset Performance Management program allows industries to avoid emergency repairs, improve asset availability and Sales Revenue.