Our expert teams offer full service management of solar power projects from energy assessments, design services, EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) and O&M (operations and management) to ensure smooth running, optimum performance and minimum downtime.
We follow a four-step procedure to achieve the best outcome for our clients.
We gather data on:
Site layout and location
Energy usage and requirements
Connection to the grid
Surveys and Studies
Design & Plan
We design the optimum systems to ensure best performance and maximum return on investment (ROI) through:
Supporting the planning process
Liaising with the DNO on grid option
Understanding the latest renewable technologies
Producing a roadmap showing a fully integrated energy solution with current assets or new ones including fully off grid solutions
We manufacture and build the system:
Site management and CDM regulations
Carports and PV systems
Cabling, trenching and connections
Add EV chargers
Add Battery storage solutions
We optimise the performance of our Client’s assets, maximising return on investment (ROI) through:
Gathering data from site every 15 minutes
Using proactive maintenance programmes (TPM)
Reacting swiftly to all issues, reducing down time
Regular reporting to Clients against our performance targets
Our Energy Management System
Aten Global have developed a bespoke Energy Management System (EMS), which helps us devise the best options for clients and ensures the system runs smoothly after installation.
It works by assessing a client’s current energy profile. From this our engineers can advise on how to reduce this demand and cost of the use of energy.
Once a solution is agreed, costed and accepted we will install the solution, working with the client to deliver either a full solution from day one or a staged introduction to the energy solution. Aten Global’s EMS looks at the energy demand and then offsets this using all the renewable solutions available, which could be solar PV, battery and deployment of EV chargers. This includes grid firm power incorporating a battery solution. Once we have a baseline, the EMS can be used to monitor the system post installation to flag up any issues to minimise downtime and maximise energy efficiency.