Commercial Solar Systems – Operations & Maintenance (O&M)

May 29, 2019  |  Commercial Solar, Solar Energy, Solar Maintenance

Any commercial solar PV installation maturing into the post-warranty stage should be a concern for solar system owners and asset managers. Systems of all sizes (multi-megawatt solar farms, non-utility commercial and residential) naturally face aging issues. And as system component warranties begin to expire, you need a trusted partner for reliable solar operations and maintenance (O&M) services to keep your system running at its best. We’ve been offering O&M services since 2013 and have developed a unique expertise that ensures our customers’ solar system’s longevity and optimal performance.

Preventative Maintenance (PM)

It involves routine inspections and servicing of equipment, and includes the following tasks:

  • Panel Cleaning
  • Water Drainage
  • Vegetation Management
  • Wildlife Prevention (Animal Guard Installation)
  • Retro-Commissioning (PV System’s Life Cycle Issues)
  • Data Acquisition & Monitoring System Upkeep (Electronics, Sensors)
  • Power Generation System Upkeep (Inverter Servicing, BOS Inspection, Tracker Maintenance)
  • Site Maintenance (Security, Road/Fence Repair, Environmental Compliance)

Corrective Maintenance (CM)

It addresses breakdowns and equipment repairs, and typically includes:

  • On-Site Monitoring
  • Non-Critical Reactive Repair (Production Degradation Issues)
  • Critical Reactive Repair (High Priority Production Losses Issues)
  • Warranty Enforcement

Condition-based Maintenance (CBM)

It uses real-time data to anticipate failures and prioritize maintenance activities and resources, usually consists of:

  • Active Monitoring (Remote & Onsite Options)
  • Equipment Replacement (Planned & Unplanned)
  • Warranty Enforcement (Planned & Unplanned)

We believe solar is a better way to power our lives, and ongoing care is essential for PV systems. Let Day One Solar be your trusted O&M partner in helping you protect your solar investment, avoid costly repairs, and keep your solar system operating at its peak capacity.

You can call 831-427-8270  – our team is happy to answer any questions you may have.