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Edison, NJ, United States, 2013/07/08 - Diaspark Energy, a subsidiary of New Jersey Resources and leader in the renewable energy field, have agreed on a strategic alliance for software development for clean energy systems - DiasparkEnergy.com.
Diaspark Energy, a leading provider of PV Enterprise Software, and NJR Clean Energy Ventures (NJRCEV), a subsidiary of New Jersey Resources and leader in the renewable energy field, have agreed on a strategic alliance for software development for clean energy systems.
Utilizing the advanced Enterprise software Diaspark Energy engineered specifically for NJRCEV’s commercial and residential solar installations, the two businesses joined together to collaborate on new service and analytical models that enable data to be consolidated from multiple service providers into a single system and integrated into a suite of web-based software solutions. These models are integrated into the standard Diaspark Energy suite of web based software, and available to renewable energy providers.
NJRCEV Vice President Richard Gardner said “We believe the future of system monitoring and control is to use enterprise grade software that can easily be scaled as our business grows. Diaspark brings a consultative approach and has worked with our team to develop a system that allows us to take advantage of consolidating the monitoring and analysis in a single system.”
Parvindar S Gujral, VP Diaspark Energy says" Our solutions are designed to bring enterprise level services to PV energy business by creating a system to allow smart alerts, unified monitoring, performance analysis, Field Mobility, SRECs and financial portfolio management. The NJR alliance builds on Diaspark’s achievements to date delivering exceptional service to our customers. Through our one of a kind Smart Monitoring and Enterprise Software to the PV energy business, we hope to deliver a fine blend of innovation with productivity”
Diaspark Energy is targeted at EPC’s, Developers, and O & M providers. It offers a Smart Monitoring solution with a PV Enterprise Software backbone. It’s diagnostics and reporting tools are designed to facilitate Smart Alerts, Unified Messaging, Repair Order Management, Field Mobility (Mobile Solution), Asset Management and SREC & Finances. Its Repair Order workflows integrate seamlessly with both the Alert Mechanism and the Financial System. This enables PV plant stakeholders to not only address alerts but also, to capture and manage the costs of downtime and repairs.
Diaspark, Inc. (diaspark.com) founded in 1995 and headquartered in New Jersey, is a 650 people software firm that brings extensive experience of implementing and engineering enterprise grade software solutions across mobile, web and cloud technologies. Diaspark Energy is the company’s flagship offering for the Renewable Energy Business. To learn more about Diaspark, Inc.,
About New Jersey Resources
New Jersey Resources, a Fortune 1000 company, provides safe and reliable natural gas and renewable energy services, including transportation, distribution and asset management in states from the Gulf Coast to the New England regions, including the Mid-Continent region, the West Coast and Canada, while investing in and maintaining an extensive infrastructure to support future growth. With $3 billion in annual revenues, NJR safely and reliably operates and maintains 6,800 miles of natural gas transportation and distribution to serve half a million customers; develops and manages a diverse portfolio of 1.5 Bcf/day of firm transportation and over 62.1 Bcf of firm storage capacity; offers low-carbon, clean energy solutions through its commercial and residential renewable energy programs and provides appliance installation, repair and contract service to nearly 135,000 homes and businesses. Additionally, NJR holds investments in midstream assets through equity partnerships including Steckman Ridge and Iroquois. Through Conserve to Preserve®, NJR is helping customers save energy and money by promoting conservation and encouraging efficiency.