ENER-G Switch2 rolls out on-site PV data service

British metering and billing company ENER-G Switch2 has launched a renewable data management service in the UK for on-site solar photovoltaic (PV) installations.

The service will provide a total back-office operation for multiple PV installations, which the company says will make it easier for users to unlock maximum feed-in tariff (FiT) revenue on time, and to monitor and protect their investment.

ENER-G Switch2 says it has already been trialed in partnership with a number of social housing trusts and is aimed at organisations planning and funding the installation of PV systems on large numbers of domestic dwellings and commercial premises.

The PV data management service includes supply of Measuring Instrument Directive-approved generation meters together with installation and commissioning support; provision of SIM cards; FiT licensee registration; half-hourly generation data collection; reporting; monitoring; system benchmarking, and submission and reconciliation of FiT claims.

The ENER-G Switch2 says the data management service can also be applied to other microgeneration technologies and is being developed for renewable heat generating technologies in readiness for the introduction of the Renewable Heat Incentive.

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