Main Street Power, a national solar financier, has named AlsoEnergy a technology partner for a distributed-generation solar project in California. AlsoEnergy's software platform will handle the energy monitoring and user interface requirements for the project, which is spread throughout the state and will total approximately 3 MW.
AlsoEnergy will provide its Web-based PowerTrack performance monitoring and financial tracking software, in addition to its PowerLobby kiosk display systems, according to AlsoEnergy CEO Robert Schaefer.
The project will be operational by the end of the year. The PV systems will be located at 35 sites, including the San Diego Unified Schools, the University of California at Davis and Contra Costa County. Main Street Power is partnering with locally based solar installation firms and will own and operate the installed systems.