How to Reduce Solar O&M Costs and Maximize Profitability with Efficient Benchmarking

How to Reduce Solar O&M Costs and Maximize Profitability with Efficient Benchmarking

With more than 35 gigawatts of distributed solar installed in the U.S. alone, scalable solar operations and maintenance (O&M) and asset management is more important than ever. To maximize portfolio value, operators need efficient methods for measuring the health of individual assets and entire portfolios.

There are three key considerations for a scalable distributed generation asset management strategy:

  • How can I evaluate asset performance if on-site meteorological data is missing or unreliable?
  • How can I maximize the ROI of a scarce O&M budget across a diverse portfolio of assets?
  • With variable weather and revenue, how can I assure investors that their investments are healthy?

Join Clean Power Research for a 30-minute webinar with Q&A to learn how reliable performance benchmarking enables solar asset managers to make better, more informed O&M decisions. Register today to see how integrating SolarAnywhere® SystemCheck® into your performance monitoring process can help your business:

  • Increase the efficiency and accuracy of your performance monitoring
  • Make better portfolio management and O&M decisions
  • Increase investor confidence

Take the first step toward increased ROI on O&M with better visibility into project and portfolio performance—register now!

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About the Speakers

Patrick Keelin
Lead Product Manager
Clean Power Research

Patrick is the lead product manager for SolarAnywhere at Clean Power Research. In this role, Patrick focuses on how the solar industry and utilities can make better energy-related decisions with scalable weather data and intelligence solutions.

Patrick brings a decade of experience working in the renewable energy industry, first in small hydropower project development, and then utility scale solar hardware product development. Patrick’s expertise includes decision analysis and resource allocation strategy.

Patrick earned a B.S. in Product Design from Stanford University.


Adam Atkins
Business Development Manager
Clean Power Research

As the Business Development Manager for Clean Power Research, Adam helps create and execute strategies for growing SolarAnywhere within the energy and utility industries. Adam is leading the expansion of SolarAnywhere internationally, and is working closely with the solar industry to scale satellite data applications for Asset Management and O&M.

Adam has experience in operational wind and solar forecasting, and energy assessment technology sales at 3TIER/Vaisala.

Adam completed his B.S. and M.S. in Meteorology at the University of Oklahoma, and MBA at Washington State University.