Asset management on a portfolio of wind, solar and biogas

18-01-2017

SynaptiQ’s comprehensive asset management solution will be deployed on Enovos’ combined portfolio of wind, solar and biogas.

Enovos manages a portfolio of above 300 MW of wind, solar and biogas assets in 4 countries.

In order to streamline its operations, Enovos has tendered a software solution that allows performance optimisation and reporting, document and contract management, integration in direct distribution and financial reporting processes.

3E’s SynaptiQ software suite in combination with the Bazefield platform has been selected as the most comprehensive software platform to provide this functionality for the different renewable energy technologies under asset management.

René Jost, Head of Asset Management within the Renewable Department, says “SynaptiQ is the best software solution on the market to meet up to our high requirements for integration. The support of the experts of 3E and Bazefield will allow us to integrate our business processes for optimised asset operation.

Geert Palmers, CEO of 3E, adds “3E considers Enovos as a long term partner in its strategy to bring performance improvement to their renewable energy assets: best-of-class technology in combination with proximity and flexibility in support services.

Enovos is Luxembourg’s main energy supplier, which also operates in Germany, Belgium and France. Its mission is to provide electricity, natural gas and renewable energies to a wide range of customers including industrial clients, SMEs and private households. Enovos continuously invests in energy production based on renewable sources, thus ensuring e sustainable and competitive energy supply for all its customers. Enovos belongs at 100% to Encevo S.A., the holding company that heads Encevo Group, which also includes grid operator Creos. As a regional energy leader and key player in Luxembourg’s energy transition, Encevo Group currently employs a workforce of more than 1 500. The group owns more than 300 000 delivery points for natural gas and electricity and operates over 9 500 km of electrical power lines and 3 700 km of gas pipelines.