News & Activity

Dec 14: Inaccess and Egnatia into strategic agreement for the monitoring of telecom sites infrastructure

LONDON, Dec. 1, 2014

Inaccess, the leading centralized site management provider and Egnatia telecoms, member of Egnatia Group, the international construction and infrastructure group, announce today that they have entered into a strategic cooperation agreement.


Under this agreement, Inaccess will acquire and incorporate Egnatia’s Remote Monitoring Platform (RMP) within its centralized management solution portfolio, for the monitoring and remote operations of telecom operator facilities, with an emphasis to cell towers of mobile operators.


Egnatia’s RMP is currently deployed in several thousand cell sites in SE Europe. According to the agreement, Inaccess will undertake the support of existing deployments which will gradually be integrated within the broader family of Inaccess’ site management solutions.


Mr. Christos Georgopoulos, CEO Inaccess commented: “We are excited about this acquisition agreement, which expands the role of Inaccess as a monitoring expert in the telecom sector by further strengthening our platform to serve mobile operators while increasing our customer footprint especially in South Eastern Europe. Management of massive remote site infrastructure such as cell towers is currently a major priority for the global industry, from both operational and energy conservation perspective. Inaccess is committed to continuously providing operators with state-of-the-art technology for the management of such infrastructure, with the objective to maximize viability and effectiveness of their investments.”


Mr. Nikos Papapetrou, CEO Egnatia Group stated: “In our aggressive expansion plan, this agreement further solidifies our commitment to infrastructure clients with best of breed solutions, partners and cooperations. With this transaction we feel confident that our existing RMP customers protect their investment and with the increased development and expansion of the solution will be able to extract further value from their assets.”


Oct 2014: Inaccess to showcase its next generation solar PV monitoring platform in the upcoming Solar Energy UK show in Birmingham, 14-16 October 2014

London, UK, Oct. 6, 2014 –

Inaccess, the leading vendor independent PV monitoring provider, announces the launch of its new generation solar PV platform which will be showcased in Solar Energy UK 2014.


With the new platform, Inaccess defines the next level in Solar Monitoring & Control by integrating full scale BI analytics and Asset Management workflow on its global portfolio management platform.


The new monitoring platform combines Inaccess structured KPIs and scale along with PVSense flexibility into a single platform, providing enhanced features and unique visualization capabilities.


Visitors of the show in Birmingham will be able to experience how the platform enables operation, maintenance and performance optimization of a solar asset owner’s diverse portfolio. The platform further offers integration with Enterprise Asset management systems to enable operations and maintenance of solar PV assets as well as Business Intelligence platforms with enhanced reporting, array analytics and data quality assessment applications.


Christos Georgopoulos, Inaccess CEO commented: “Following the successful integration of SenseOne Technologies UK and PVSense product in the first half of 2014, it is exciting for us to see very positive feedback of our new generation solar monitoring solution for utility-scale plants, enhanced with O&M, analytics and active power management features.

We are excited to be part of Solar Energy UK 2014 at Birmingham and we look forward to meeting with our existing and prospect clients to present the enhanced features, unique capabilities and new functionality of Inaccess monitoring platform.” 

Inaccess is currently monitoring more than 1300 solar plants with a total capacity exceeding 2 GW in US, Europe and Asia. 


Jul 2014: Inaccess to monitor and optimize Panama’s first utility-scale solar power plant, Sarigua

As Panama Struggles with Electricity Capacity, PV Monitoring is Key for Country’s Top Grid Operator, EGESA


SAN FRANCISCO – INTERSOLAR NORTH AMERICA – July 8, 2014 – Inaccess, a global provider of solar monitoring and control systems, today announced that it has successfully commissioned its solar power plant optimization solution, insolar, at a 2.4 MW solar power plant in Sarigua, a desert region in Panama’s Herrera province. Sarigua is the country’s first grid-scale solar array and is owned by La Empresa de Generacion Electricita (EGESA), Panama’s primary grid operator.


As Panama enriches its electricity production mix, Inaccess’ insolar monitoring and control system will optimize plant performance and financial returns through a dense network of monitors, sensors and controls providing real time data, fault detection and analysis. The system will monitor performance of the plant’s hardware including panels, strings, inverters and fuses as well as integrate information from Panama’s grid to optimize for current or future market factors like demand and price. Panama, which is set to open its expanded Panama Canal next year, is a quickly growing market for solar taking its place as the world’s value-added logistics hub.


Located nine miles from the city of Chitre, Sarigua was connected to the grid in March 2014. The utility-scale plant is now providing 30 percent of the surrounding area’s electricity demand – equivalent to the power used by 2,600 local homes. Greenwood Biosar, a joint venture between Greenwood Energy and Biosar, provided engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for Sarigua, originally a project of Enel Green Power Panama. “The sophisticated monitoring solution provided by Inaccess will make it easier to identify underperformance or malfunction at the plant, allowing operators to intervene more quickly, saving money and ensuring financial health of the installation”, said Greenwood Biosar CEO, Aris Polychronopoulos.


“We are proud of having contributed to a solar “first” for Panama. We are honored to support the international expansion of strategic partners like Greenwood Biosar by leveraging Inaccess’ ability to tailor our monitoring solutions to address specific requirements of diverse geographic markets” said Inaccess CEO, Christos Georgopoulos.


May 2014: Inaccess helps CYTA reduce its energy costs

CYTA – the largest telecoms operator in Cyprus – has selected Inaccess for the completion of its IEEMS (Integrated Electromechanical Equipment Management System) project across 115 buildings in Cyprus. Inaccess will provide a vendor-independent, integrated solution for the centralized management, monitoring and remote operation of all major CYTA sites across Cyprus. The project is set to be completed within 2014.


“We decided to award the contract for the completion of the IEEMS to Inaccess because we wished to invest on a risk-free, future-proof, flexible and modular end-to-end site management solution – a solution which we anticipate will help reduce our current building-related energy bills and labor costs.  This project is considered to be part of Cyta’s strategic targets aiming at cutting back energy costs while adding value to its installations”, stated Aristos Riris – CEO.


“We are extremely delighted to assist CYTA in the completion of the IEEMS project” commented Christos Georgopoulos, CEO of Inaccess. “Upon completion of said project, we are confident that CYTA will be able to further enhance its electromechanical systems operability and reduce operating costs. We look forward to this being a decisive step in helping CYTA to explore innovative solutions with respect to energy savings”.


Apr 2014: Inaccess and Sense One deal successfully completed

Inaccess and Sense One Technologies announce today the completion of the transaction foreseen under their recent strategic cooperation agreement. According to that agreement, Inaccess acquires Sense One Technologies Ltd (UK), the UK operating entity of Sense One Technologies and incorporates pvSense product line and solar PV related operations in its global solutions portfolio.
Following the transaction, Inaccess is now monitoring more than 1,200 solar plants with a total capacity exceeding 1.5 GW in US, Europe and Asia.
Sense One Technologies continues its international activities by promoting innovative Monitoring & Control software solutions for the global Internet of Energy markets.