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Raptor Maps

Raptor Maps

Raptor Maps is building the integrated operating system for the solar industry, enabling the industry to scale and meet global climate goals. With intelligence for the entire solar industry, our solar management platform (Raptor Solar) provides the tools and the system of record that asset owners, managers, O&M, developers, and EPCs need to build, manage, and operate their solar sites. Raptor Solar improves asset resilience and energy yield, reduces risk and costs, and ultimately increases the rate of return of solar assets.

Mailing Address:
444 Somerville Ave.
Somerville, MA 02143
United States of America




Company Category: Solar Power

Company Sector: Software

Keywords: solar management, design, integrator, sales, estimating

Partner Status: Marketing Partner


Raptor Maps - The integrated operating system for end-to-end solar management

Raptor Maps - The integrated operating system for end-to-end solar management

Proven to prevent revenue loss, improve asset resilience, and boost energy yield. Power your asset managers, field teams, performance engineers, plant managers, and control rooms with the insights they need to operate your assets at peak efficiency and ensure long-term health of your sites.


Aerial Thermography Findings from the Field: The Lesser-Known Impact of Shading on Power Production

While each instance of shading is unique and can affect power production to varying degrees, there has been little investigation into whether shading of a single string happens in isolation, or whether it also affects neighboring, non-shaded strings and modules.

Using Digital Twins to Improve Solar Farms

"Utilizing a digital twin changes the picture by minimizing the impact of anomalies in the short term, with a seamless path to restoring power. We think of a digital twin as a ledger that provides an auditable system of record for solar assets that will last 25+ years."

White Papers


A framework for building a business case for autonomous drone systems—also known as drone-in-a-box—on solar farms. Solar asset owners and asset managers can learn about the best use cases for autonomous drones in utility-scale solar, technical and regulatory considerations, and how to calculate a return on investment.


California is the largest solar market in the United States in installed capacity and number of solar projects, with 15,967 megawatts of utility-scale installations at the beginning of 2023. California also leads the nation in lost revenue from asset underperformance, with an estimated $90.5 in revenue anticipated to be lost by the state’s utility-scale solar installations through the end of 2023. If rigorous inspections are not performed and hardware is not remediated, these losses are a conservative estimate of the state-wide tally of equipment-driven underperformance.

Press Releases

Raptor Maps Report Finds Dramatic and Progressive Rise in Power Loss at Solar Assets

Trend responsible for tens of millions of dollars in lost revenue annually

GreenPowerMonitor and Raptor Maps Unlock New Analytical Category for Solar

EV Solar featured as launch partner to integrate SCADA data with aerial inspection analytics

JinkoSolar Partners with Raptor Maps to Streamline PV Module Warranty Process

Software support affirms JinkoSolar's exemplary customer service and saves time for owners and operators

Industry Leaders Identify Top Solar Energy Risks in Comprehensive Report

Raptor Maps found that power affected by anomalies increased to 2.63% last year as large-scale solar installations become more common.


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