Breeze Announces the Bright System for Solar PV Management

Now with Bright, the software maker aims to assist solar PV owners and operators in the same way – by lowering the cost of operations, monitoring portfolios of projects on a real time basis and maximizing energy output.

Wind farm management software maker Breeze is announcing a new system named Bright for solar PV management. With over 300 wind farms in 20 countries, Breeze has a proven global track record in wind. Now with Bright, the software maker aims to assist solar PV owners and operators in the same way - by lowering the cost of operations, monitoring portfolios of projects on a real time basis and maximizing energy output.


Bright connects remotely to solar PV sites regardless of model or brand, resulting in a single system to monitor, analyze and optimize industry-scale solar PV portfolios. Proactive email alerts, automated reports and API features make Bright a modern system. Breeze for wind and Bright for solar are very similar in design and structure, allowing for data sharing between the two systems. This makes Breeze/Bright one of few systems to offer owners and operators of both wind and solar a unified monitoring software solution.

About Breeze

Breeze and Bright are modern software services built to assist owners and operators of wind and solar in capturing the true potential of their assets. Wind farms and solar plants are remotely connected regardless of model or brand, resulting in a single system to monitor, analyze and optimize industry-scale wind and solar energy portfolios. Greenbyte AB of Gothenburg Sweden is the holding company behind Breeze and Bright.

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