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geoAMPS solution featured in renewable energy press


The geoAMPS software solution for development and operation of renewable energy projects is featured in the November/December 2015 edition of North American Clean Energy, a leading provider of news and information about renewable energy industries.

altAMPS is part of the geoAMPS suite of software products. altAMPS is specially designed for renewable energy projects, such as wind farms, solar panel fields, geothermal plants and biomass facilities.

geoAMPS, a technology company located in the Columbus, Ohio, area, is committed to working with renewable energy industries to assist in the development of additional energy capacity by providing products and services that increase project and organizational efficiencies and, ultimately, reduce costs.

The company’s altAMPS software is currently utilized for development and operation of a number of wind farms in the United States and abroad.

altAMPS is an industry-leading comprehensive solution for end-to-end management of renewable energy projects in a paperless environment. The software product assists companies through the development, construction and ongoing operational stages of those projects.

The process and organizational efficiencies, error elimination and measured cost savings possible by utilizing altAMPS provide opportunities for completion of additional projects. That translates into more capacity in total electricity generation from renewables. In this way, altAMPS increases the nation’s commitment to renewable energy and decreases dependence on fossil fuels and foreign sources of energy.

altAMPS offers time-saving tools, such as lease management, meteorological tower management, royalty payment calculator, bulk update, automatic reminders, payment tracker and scheduler, workflow and import-export capabilities, all of which make this powerful software invaluable for companies involved in producing energy from renewable sources.

The North American Clean Energy feature notes that altAMPS’ dashboard-focused interface gives users easy and secure access to the centralized database of project and organizational information. In this way, information is available collaboratively across the organization.

Renewable energy projects oftentimes are many miles from each other and from the company’s main office. However, with altAMPS, workers in the field can communicate, access information and update data on mobile devices. GIS is available, providing key information about the geographic area of the project.

altAMPS increases efficiency by automating many essential tasks, such as project siting and royalty payment calculations. All project information, from landowners, SCADA systems to meteorological tower data, is securely stored in a single application.

For more information about how geoAMPS can save your organization an average 35 percent in project costs through efficiencies, call 614-389-4871 and ask to speak with Guy Allen, Vice President of Sales. 

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