GPM stands out for its product integration strategy, which allows the biggest flexibility and compatibility in the market. It's customized solutions, its non-stop availability of the GPM support team and its 5 technical centers around the world have made GPM an industry reference.
GreenPowerMonitor, a DNV GL company, has been recognized in the new "Insights Leaderboard” report from Guidehouse Insights as an industry leader in monitoring, management and control systems providers.
The Guidehouse Insights report is based on the conviction that the digitization of the energy sector entails the need to optimize the performance of the renewable asset portfolios. For this reason, monitoring and control solutions have become a fundamental piece that increases value to renewable energy projects.
After analyzing a variety of aspects such as business vision, market strategy, partners, product integration, technology, geographic scope, sales, marketing and distribution, performance, quality and reliability, product portfolio and prices, the report named GreenPowerMonitor as leader in the sector.
According to Guidehouse Insights, GreenPowerMonitor, a DNV GL company, stands out from its competitors for its strategy based on 4 fundamental pillars: multi-technology, analytics, grid integration and asset management.
The robust, customizable solutions are also highly valued and put GPM one step ahead of the other companies. Additionally, the non-stop availability of the GPM support team and its 5 technical centers around the world, have made GPM a preferred solution across the industry.
“Our objective is clear: We want to help companies in the energy transition towards a more sustainable future. To do this, it is essential to improve the efficiency in the energy portfolios management and we are proud to be able to contribute with our digital solutions to support this process”, says Juan Carlos Arévalo, CEO of GPM.
DNV GL acquired GreenPowerMonitor in July 2016, intending to combine its wind expertise with GPM's solar asset management and monitoring solutions.
With more than 13 years in the market, GPM currently manages a 34GW portfolio around the world between solar and wind projects, 25 of which are of more than 200 MW, and 70 are of more than 100 MW.
The trust in GPM's control and monitoring solutions have rewarded the company with large projects. Among them is the largest plant in Europe, the Núñez De Balboa, solar park, with its 500 MW of capacity monitored through GPM SCADA.
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