Inaccess has successfully completed the deployment of its UNITY platform of a 390MW solar plant in Brazil. The project has been developed by a renown Global Utility and includes two levels of PPCs for the overall plant and for several individual sub-plants, compliant with strict ONS grid requirements. With a number of very large utility-scale plants in the country,
Inaccess has established a local presence and is working in a number of utility-scale solar power plants in Australia. Currently, we are providing UNITY along with grid integration services for a 70MWp and a 130MWp plant, planned and developed by two of the largest global solar PV developers. Inaccess is also providing studies and simulations
Important Announcement In light of the spread of COVID-19, Inaccess is taking all the necessary precautions to ensure business continuity while contributing to the global effort to contain the outbreak. We are closely monitoring and adhering to the recommendations of local governments, to minimize any risks to our employees and customers. Our Distributed Operations Infrastructure
UNITY Schematic editor functionality was recently enriched, allowing users to create from scratch even more powerful mimic-like representations of their assets. UNITY now supports the creation of Single Line Diagrams as well as the use of pre-existing Autocad files with either the asset layout or the SLD itself. The real-time, secure, and encrypted transfer of
This June is the 10th anniversary of the Inaccess CMS (Central Management System), the Cloud-based, Software-Only, Vendor-Agnostic, Centralized PV plant management system. Inaccess CMS integrates several dozens of 3rd party local DAS (Data Acquisition Systems) or central monitoring portals in a common, uniformly referenceable platform for monitoring, reporting, performance analysis, and efficient preventive and corrective maintenance.