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Advanced Contract Analytics: The Missing Piece in Your Solar Asset Management Strategy

July 19, 2022 Whitepapers

What is Solar Asset Management Software? 

Renewable power generation is at an inflection point. Clean energy investment has dramatically increased, and the sheer volume of data and complex contracts surrounding these projects require robust solar asset management systems to track and manage their operations. There is a greater need for compliance and legal analysis, higher demand for comprehensive and easy-to-use asset management tools, and an increased need to support acquisitions, sales, and financing. 

Asset Management Software is more than just knowing how many Megawatts an inverter is producing. It’s also knowing what you are contractually obligated to do with those assets. 

With an advanced and efficient solar asset management tool that understands critical renewable energy agreements, asset managers can achieve newfound operational efficiency:

  • Obligations in seconds
  • Centralize data
  • Manage tasks, and answer critical questions from your documents in real-time
  • Increase productivity and minimize risk – substantially, and
  • Save a significant amount of time.

 

Powerful digital asset management systems help streamline financing processes, reduce administrative and legal outsourcing costs, and protect your contractual rights and investments. Complete the form here to read the whitepaper now —->


 

ThoughtTrace Contract Analytics for Renewable Energy is the only renewables-specific contract analytics solution built by industry experts to work on Day One. With ThoughtTrace, renewable energy developers, owners and operators gain robust, instant access to critical project information so they can make the best possible decisions around origination, development, operations, and decommissioning. Empowered with intelligence, speed, and confidence, ThoughtTrace customers spend less time on manual, tedious tasks, and more time building the sustainable energy future the world needs.

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