3megawatt’s BluePoint software now supports 15 countries

27.04.2015 Munich: 3megawatt GmbH announced its BluePoint solar asset management platform is now used to manage operational solar sites in 15 countries.  Recent countries added include the United Arab Emirates, the Czech Republic and Switzerland.  

3megawatt’s expanding country support is keeping pace with the solar industry’s growth and internationalization. With support for countries in Europe, Americas, Asia and Africa, BluePoint is the most global tool available for solar asset owners and operators around the world.

Edmee Kelsey, CEO of 3megawatt, states: "We are excited about new international markets opening up for solar and currently see strong growth from the UK, the US and Asia, as well as from frontier markets. Although there is a lot of similarity in how solar assets are managed internationally, we find that every market has its own unique and specific requirements. This is why we are continuously upgrading our software to provide support for new local asset management needs. We are committed to continue to be on the leading edge in providing support to clients who are building or buying solar assets internationally.

BluePoint simplifies asset management for solar portfolio owners. Its easy to use, cloud-based software helps asset managers to organize and manage their solar portfolios, while saving them time through automation of repetitive processes like invoicing and report generation. BluePoint has been designed to strengthen internal and external compliance processes and to provide valuable insight into portfolios, regardless of asset type or geography.

About 3megawatt

3megawatt provides software, methodology and support for solar asset management. 3megawatt's BluePoint web-based software offers a complete set of tools for solar portfolio management all in one platform. The BluePoint platform reduces operational risk and helps solar asset owners and operators to manage their solar portfolios more effectively. 

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