Solar Power Technologies Clarity system goes live at N.J. solar plant

Austin, Texas, June 11, 2012 — Solar Power Technologies’ Clarity system is now operating at Lincoln Renewable Energy’s recently dedicated 12.5 MW New Jersey Oak Solar plant.

Solar Power Technologies have installed the Clarity monitoring system along with its associated Intelligent Array management tools in the LRE project, located in Fairfield Township in Cumberland, N.J.

The New Jersey Oak Solar project is the largest non-utility-owned solar project east of the Mississippi and one of the most advanced solar power plants in the U.S.

The Clarity system includes optimization and monitoring hardware products that can be deployed at the string or panel level to maximize energy harvest as well as innovative wireless communications and infrastructure products that enable scaling to the largest utility sites.

The Clarity system also includes a suite of cloud-based software management tools, the Intelligent Array, that deliver clear and concise actionable information by analyzing array performance, diagnosing impairments and precisely identifying remedial action to improve financial performance of solar assets.

The combination of Clarity system hardware and the Intelligent Array management tools herald a new era in the management of large-scale solar sites, providing the insight and intelligence to maintain these valuable assets at optimal performance for their full active life, improving ROI and reducing financial risk.

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