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Inaccess signs global framework agreement with Total Eren

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Inaccess, a leader in monitoring, control and grid integration platforms, has signed a global framework contract with Total Eren for the Support and Maintenance of Unity Monitoring, SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) and PPC (Power Plant Control) systems for several of Total Eren's solar plants located in Argentina, Australia, Brazil and Kazakhstan.

Total Eren is a leading renewable energy Independent Power Producer (IPP) based in Paris, France. The company's portfolio includes some of the most prominent solar and wind power plants in multiple geographies, ranging from Europe to Latin America and from Africa to Asia Pacific, with 3,500MW in operation or under construction in 19 countries and more than 4,000MW currently under development worldwide.

The Unity system optimises the operation of modern renewable power portfolios encompassing PV, batteries, wind and microgrids by offering:

  • Fine-tuned control: low-level distributed control architecture and grid interaction
  • Crystallising and centralising by providing accurate data acquisition and scalable centralisation
  • Maximising energy production by spotting and evaluating cases of underperformance
  • Optimising market revenues by minimising imbalance costs and maximising Energy Capture Price

The integrated nature of the Unity system ensures no-excuses accurate monitoring, control and optimisation and acts as the single version of truth among the EPC, O&M, Asset Management and Market Management ecosystem, thus eliminating inefficiencies.


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