bos.ten becomes a Solytic platform partner
"Close cooperation with company bos.ten as an official platform partner will bring many advantages for our customers in the future”, says Konrad Perényi. As one of the founders and managing directors of Solytic, he explains: "The hardware of the bos.ten Group is already preconfigured, so the components don’t have to be connected. This makes it easier to integrate the systems into the monitoring system. At the same time, we can refer our customers to a very professional and TÜV-certified operating manager."
The Bavarian company bos.ten has many years of experience with solar PV assets. To date, it has planned, built or maintained a total output of 165 megawatts. Solytic intends to use its software to automate the monitoring of solar PV assets to a greater extent in the future. The usual processes in control rooms will change, and the work of O&M service providers will become much more efficient. "Solytic provides an advanced monitoring portal for commercial solar PV assets that’s inverter independent. The solution allows us to monitor and operate more assets with our team through a higher level of automation. Technical management is scalable and asset portfolios are monitored and analysed in real time.This relief allows our technicians to concentrate more on the relevant troubleshooting," says Jutta Weber, CEO of bos.ten, which is a family-owned company.
About bo.sten: Based in Regensburg since 1990, bos.ten AG specialises in managing renewable energies projects. It is a monitoring specialist, as well as providing TÜV-certified maintenance and the operational management of solar PV assets for investors at home and abroad. With its sister company the bos.ten Group, it offers all photovoltaic services from one single source.
About Solytic: The Berlin-based company could win Vattenfall as a prominent investor and has raised a financing round of 3 million euros so far. The 30-strong team consists of experienced PV professionals, tech developers and entrepreneurs and currently manages 800 MWp with 12,500 assets in 42 countries.