The company’s latest software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering equips Madison Energy Investments with the digital tools needed to maximize the performance of its fast-growing Commercial and Industrial (C&I) portfolio.
Raptor Maps, the leading software startup in C&I and utility-scale solar, announced Madison Energy Investments as its newest launch partner. The company’s latest software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering equips Madison Energy Investments with the digital tools needed to maximize the performance of its fast-growing Commercial and Industrial (C&I) portfolio.
“Madison Energy Investments is serious about asset performance,” explains Jack Hachmann, Managing Partner at Madison Energy Investments. “As the fastest-growing developer, builder, and owner-operator in the C&I space, we are laser-focused on stewardship for our investors. This means maximizing the performance of our existing fleet and ensuring we have the digital infrastructure in place to scale.”
The latest Raptor Maps product enables Madison Energy Investments to fuse in-field sensor data with the electrical schematics in a standardized format, streamline the warranty claim process, and directly correlate revenue with aerial inspection data. Additionally, Madison Energy Investments tracks the performance of assets and causes of degradation from year-over-year, in order to address any performance deficits before they impact the bottom line.
“Raptor Maps is proud to power the most innovative companies in solar,” notes Nikhil Vadhavkar, CEO of Raptor Maps. “The Madison Energy Investments team has a strong pedigree of managing a portfolio of assets across hundreds of PV systems, and they currently span the solar lifecycle from development through operations. We are enabling them to increase the internal rate of return (IRR) across their pipeline, which in turn catalyzes the global transition to renewable energy.”
About Raptor Maps
Raptor Maps builds software to enable the solar industry to scale, with over 45 GW analyzed across 40 countries. The company enables users to compare data across installations, communicate and collaborate with counterparties, increase performance and reduce costs. It services the entire solar lifecycle, including asset owners, managers, O&M, engineers, EPCs, financiers, and OEMs. Serial number mapping, equipment records, commissioning inspections, aerial thermography, warranty claims, mobile tools and more are powered by its industry-leading data model. To learn more about Raptor Maps, please visit raptormaps.com.