AlsoEnergy revealed that it is currently monitoring over 200 solar installations throughout the US and Canada. The installations are found on public schools, colleges and universities, with the company providing energy production monitoring data, along with educational kiosks at each location.
“What started out a few years ago with monitoring installations in the Denver Public School District has grown into district-wide portfolio management, where performance data is being gathered,” said Robert Schaefer, CEO of AlsoEnergy. “Integrating that data into the school curriculum, teaches students what solar panels can produce at different times of the day. Seeing how much electricity their school is consuming is what really appeals to students and teachers alike.”