Over the last several years, cloud and colocation service providers have been citing massive increases in requests for services. Hyperscale providers, in particular, have been building data centers with an expanding fleet of IT and OT assets to meet demand. As users across the globe augment digitization efforts, the level of complexity involved in operating and maintaining cloud and colocation facilities increases. In addition, although many cloud and colocation providers have moved quickly to accommodate growing end user requirements, systems have not yet been put in place to properly monitor this global fleet of new data centers.
Schneider Electric, with deep knowledge in the IT, OT and IoT worlds of technology, along with AVEVA the industrial management software leader, are in a unique position to offer assistance in helping hyperscale cloud, and colocation service providers to manage these complex circumstances.
To better support operations management in these environments, Schne..

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Answers to several frequently asked questions about photovoltaic systems Integrating photovoltaic (PV) production into building electrical distribution systems and using it to power the building loads is becoming more common for both new and existing buildings However, the use of solar energy to power building installations rises still questions – you can get the answer to some of the most common ones in this blog post.
What does solar self-consumption mean? Self-consumption of photovoltaic (PV) renewable energy is the economic model in which the building uses PV electricity for its own electrical needs, thus acting as both producer and consumer, or prosumer. In this model, the PV-generated energy is consumed instantaneously as it is being produced.
Solar self-consumption is becoming the preferred economic model for several reasons:
Self-consumption offers, or will offer soon, greater economic benefits and better control of energy bills Self-consumption enables buildings to consume ..

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