Episode #13 of Power Players by Origis® features Origis Services Managing Director Michael Eyman and Chris Gauldin, Vice President Supply Chain for Origis Energy
Episode #12 of Power Players by Origis® features Origis Services Managing Director Michael Eyman and David Vence, Partner at Antin Infrastructure Partners.
As part of the ongoing Power Players by Origis® podcast series, GridSME CEO John Franzino joined Origis Services Managing Director Michael Eyman to discuss how solar owners and operators can better understand the global security threats facing energy companies, implement fundamental security controls for existing facilities, and incorporate consistent design practices and compliance costs when planning new facilities.
Three Tips to Better Estimate the True Cost of Solar Operations and Maintenance by Origis Services
As a municipal utility leader, you have a lot of interests to balance. Maintaining grid reliability, energy pricing and ratepayer economics, grid resiliency and community considerations all play a part in the balancing act you deliver every day. In testimony
If you are investigating solar, potentially in combination with energy storage, our team’s experience with over 150 projects can help you avoid common pitfalls in a clean energy development process.
This is the second article in a two-part discussion covering insights gathered from operators about the kinds of monitoring and decision-support tools they are looking for in managing the long-term performance of energy storage systems.
This article outlines key insights gathered from operators about the kinds of monitoring and decision-support tools they are looking for in managing the long-term performance of this new generation of energy storage systems. It covers warranty and performance monitoring, including warranty parameter tracking, module and unit temperature monitoring and performance guarantee tracking.
Operators are dealing with information gaps as they operate and maintain battery energy storage systems (BESS). What can be done to close these gaps?
Asset owners want competitive pricing when they go to market, as any buyer would. But here’s the problem: the market is often responding to asset owners with deceptive contracts that cut prices and scope, trimming corrective maintenance or eliminating it altogether.