WinJi Analyzes and Benchmarks over USD 1 Bn Renewables Portfolio

Energy producers on four continents rely on the WinJi platform to manage wind and solar power plant portfolios and optimize their performance. Recently the total revenues of analyzed production exceeded more than USD 1 billion.

June 15, 2021. By Manu Tayal

Energy producers on four continents rely on the WinJi platform to manage wind and solar power plant portfolios and optimize their performance. Recently the total revenues of analyzed production exceeded more than USD 1 billion.

As a leading asset management platform for renewable energy and a trusted partner for 50 highly professional clients on four continents, WinJi continuously empowers sustainable growth.

Customers of the WinJi platform are mainly strategic asset managers and asset owners, but also technical operators. Since the platform’s launch in 2016, WinJi has reached one billion USD in total revenue of energy production analyzed and benchmarked by its software this week.

Commenting on the development, Bernhard Brodbeck, CEO and founder of WinJi, said “we are proud to have reached this challenging goal. Looking forward to the next billion, our team is determined to partner up with our customers in achieving their business objectives.”

Additionally to its elaborated asset management functionality, the WinJi platform identifies performance anomalies, quantifies loss drivers, calculates suggestions to improve production efficiency and benchmarks turbine and inverter performance across parks, regions and OEMs.

With its sophisticated Artificial Intelligence (AI) based data analytics, it supports asset owners to meaningfully improve the overall profitability, resulting in significant project IRR optimization.

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