Asset Performance is built for owners, operators and investors to monitor wind portfolios, analyse and compare data that will highlight improvements to assets.

From processing and understanding high-volume complex data to managing multiple data types across various user interface applications, analysing the data from your operational assets can present numerous challenges.

Asset Performance was developed to tackle these challenges for owners, operators and investors.

The simple and secure web-based interface allows you to view current and historical data for a single asset, whole project or entire portfolio including:

  • Power curves
  • Energy production and capacity factors
  • Availability
  • Downtime categorisation
  • Production ratios
  • Asset comparisons
  • Event energy yield deficit.

Asset Performance presents data in a common format regardless of the model or manufacturer, so you can keep on top of an entire portfolio of assets in one system no matter the OEM.

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