Inaccess at Solar Power International 2013

Inaccess will participate in the upcoming Solar Power International show in Chicago, 22-24 October 2013.

SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 18, 2013 -- Inaccess will showcase its turnkey monitoring and control solution for large commercial and utility-scale solar installations. Visitors will be able to understand how this solution enables the operation and performance optimization of a diverse portfolio of solar arrays through a single platform.


Christos Georgopoulos, inaccess CEO commented : "Following the launch of Inaccess US operations in 2012 and a successful first year of customer engagements, it is exciting for us to see very positive traction and acceptance of our utility-scale solar monitoring solutions.

Our production and UL-certified assembly line is up and running at our assembly partner, DST Controls in California. Also, our software platform has been enhanced to cover the local requirements of the US market, including reporting requirements in various states.

We are excited to be part of SPI 2013 at Chicago and we look forward to meeting with our valued prospect clients for commercial or pilot projects, with the objective to maximize return on their assets by optimizing production and minimizing downtime. "

Inaccess is currently monitoring more than 600 solar plants with a total capacity exceeding 800 MW in US, Europe and Asia.

About inaccess

The company provides monitoring and control solutions for the renewable energy and telecom infrastructure management. We design and develop state-of-the-art products and solutions, which give our partners invaluable access to information, enabling them to maximize the viability and effectiveness of their investments through performance optimization and OPEX reduction. Inaccess operates in US from San Jose, California and maintains also active presence in Europe and Asia.

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