Origis Services News and Media
Cutting corners on the full ‘scope of service’ contract, which includes site maintenance such as vegetation management and equipment checks, often leads to higher overall costs over the course a project’s lifetime.
Two separate analyses from Origis Services and Wood Mackenzie suggest cost-cutting now for maintaining solar projects leads to greater expenses later.
Industry experts in solar production risk kWh Analytics have published the new ‘Solar Risk Assessment 2020’ report to advance the solar industry. The Origis Services contribution: True cost of O&M can be 28% higher than planned/budgeted.
Building the world’s largest airport-based solar farm doesn’t come without challenges. There were lots of moving parts, an aggressive schedule and unexpected environmental and design complications. But the team developing the new 320-acre, 42-megawatt (MWac) solar farm at Tallahassee International Airport (TLH) prevailed—and also shattered previous records for renewable energy production for airport sited solar farms.
Origis Services Begins Construction on 10,000 Square Foot Solar and Energy Storage Remote Operations Center in Austin, TX
Origis Services announced the start of construction on one of the industry’s largest solar and energy storage Remote Operations Centers (ROC). When completed in early 2020, the Origis Services 10,000 square feet ROC will house 70 personnel to support 500 field technicians.
Origis Energy Launches Origis Services to Deliver Full Scope Operations and Maintenance Services for Solar and Energy Storage Projects
Origis Energy USA today announced the formation of Origis Services LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary to serve the rapidly expanding U.S. solar and energy storage market with full scope operations, maintenance and asset management services.