Renewable energy industries have learned in recent years that they cannot depend upon the Production Tax Credit and other tax incentives to help in project development. Even though the tax credits have led to increased development and job creation, politicians in Washington have been unable to agree to extend the credits.
While the debate in Washington continues, advances in technology are helping the industry reduce the cost of project development. New articles from geoAMPS, published on The Energy Collective and altEnergyMag websites, discuss how those advances in technology are aiding the industry at this critical time.
geoAMPS offers a software product called altAMPS that is specifically designed to meet the needs of renewable energy industries. The Web-based software system, accessing a centralized database of project and organizational information, can increase project efficiency by as much as 35 percent.
altAMPS is an industry-leading, comprehensive solution for end-to-end management of wind energy and other renewable energy projects. By choosing altAMPS, renewable energy companies gain a paperless system that will save time and money.
altAMPS is filled with Web-based tools, such as lease management, royalty payment calculator, payment tracker and scheduler and workflow management. It complies with processes unique to individual wind, solar, biomass and other renewable energy companies.
There is the added capability to access information through detached tools, GIS maps and smart devices. Through mobile technology provided by altAMPS, project information is available or can be uploaded at the push of a button. Through automated reminders and scheduling, companies can manage workflows and track inspections and repairs more efficiently.
Want to learn about the benefits altAMPS can bring to your renewable energy organization? Visit www.geoamps.com or call 614-389-4871 to speak with one of our representatives. Click on the link below to schedule a demonstration to see altAMPS in action.
Dan Liggett is Communications and Public Relations Consultant for geoAMPS.