Accelerating growth in a post-covid world

New market trends arise quickly and are not always easy to catch up with. Look through some of our observations in the renewable energy industry in our latest article

renewable asset management

Skyfri is an ambitious cleantech, with the aim to completely digitalize solar asset operations. Being an observer and participant in the renewable energy industry for the last decade, the trends are clear. Renewables with solar in the front are becoming cheaper, more available and accessible. We see two different parallel trends in solar; an enormous growth in utility, where the market is consolidating. In addition, the oil and gas majors are starting to move into this segment, capitalizing on the high oil prices to position themselves into the wave of the future.

So consolidation of ownership on one hand, but decentralization on the other hand – especially within the corporate and industrial segment (so-called C&I). More and more companies, especially multinationals are putting solar on their rooftops, getting access to cheaper and greener energy, while they can tick off their SDG boxes. It’s a clear win-win for everyone and this market space is exploding and will continue to grow into the foreseeable future. In this market, Skyfri finds its food to eat and grow to become a leading provider of digital solar asset operations.

And there is plenty of food!

Our clients include the large utilities, owned by massive private equity firms, oil and gas companies, but they also include C&I players. One of the several unique things with Skyfri is that our technology is SCADA-agnostic, which means that we can deploy our solutions onto any rooftop or utility, all over the globe. We help asset owners detect root causes for failure at the solar power plants, and real-time notifications allowing maintenance to take action straight away and reduce down time.

In addition, our systems will predict degradations, warranty issues and more, giving us a first-hand insight into operations encompassing over 1,2 GW of assets in (currently) three different continents.

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