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InSolar, the integrated PV plant monitoring platform of inAccess Networks, exceeds 100MWp of installed power

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inAccess Networks announces that inSolar, the integrated, vendor-independent PV plant monitoring platform, exceeds 100MWp of installed power.

inAccess Networks, a leading vendor of infrastructure monitoring solutions for energy and telecom markets, announces today that its inSolar platform has been successfully installed and is currently monitoring more than 110 Photovoltaic Plants of a total capacity of more than 100MWp in Greece, Bulgaria and Italy. In addition, new PV plants of a total capacity of 50MWp that utilize inSolar as their plant monitoring platform are under construction and will be commissioned by end of 2011, therefore increasing the total capacity to 150MWp.

inSolar is a complete, vendor-independent solution for the management of multiple and geographically distributed PV plants and supports an array of third party infrastructure and component vendors. inSolar monitors PV plants in real time in order to identify any faults and efficiency losses. inSolar provides in real time data capturing and recording of statistical parameters and produces reports based on specific user requirements, on PCs through web browsers, e-mail and SMS alerts. All data acquisition and processing are compliant with IEC 61724 standards.

Furthermore, inSolar has been selected by AES Solar, a leading worldwide investment group for management of large scale PV plants, as their core monitoring and control system for their PV plants around the world.

About inAccess Networks:

inAccess Networks specializes in the design, development and supply of Infrastructure Monitoring solutions for the Renewable Energy and the Telecommunications market. inAccess Networks’ solutions range from specialized hardware and software platforms designed with high availability standards and are optimized for the support of multiple connected systems. Customers and partners of inAccess Networks include Energy production and distribution companies, Telecom Operators, and Total integrated Solution Providers.

For more information please visit our website: www.inaccessnetworks.com

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