EASIER WORK | PROFITABLE ASSETS
Teqo O&M offers an integrated care for your solar assets with minimal effort from your end. The O&M of the plant determines the overall profitability of the plant with lowering tariffs, increased margin pressure and dispersed assets which collectively impact the project IRRs significantly. TEQO’S industry experience as a leading provider of o and m will help you increase the plant efficiency by optimizing the plant’s performance.
Teqo’s O&M Core Objective
Through our O&M service, avail excellent subject matter expertise & technical knowledge from our team of experts. Having a knowledge base covering all aspects of solar power & PV plant operations – our experts have an unparalleled track record of monitoring & managing solar projects across various locations.
Working with you, they strive to find the right solutions for your plant – with long term planning and strategy they enable you to see the bigger picture & to optimize your operations.
Advanced analytics and condition monitoring testing coupled with best practices are used to ensure that the equipment used on solar plants is kept in the finest condition. The approach is proactive & aims to fix failures before they happen rather than taking remedial measures.
Proper maintenance & skilled handling of solar equipment inevitably reduces the occurrence of errors and production loss. In conjunction with manufacturer-prescribed procedures, our historical know-how planned maintenance schedules are created and followed across all plants to maximize equipment performance & minimize downtimes.
Critical spares have been clustered around major sites to optimize their utilization. Detailed breakdown impact analysis of sites is deployed to prepare a priority matrix for the spares. This further adds to reducing the plant downtime.
As faults are detected, urgent care is given to repair, restore or replace the defective devices. The skilled application of corrective maintenance not only solves the immediate problem but avoids a range of costly system failures. The team is trained through continual trainings across equipments alongside maintenance of vendor SLAs to ensure minimum downtime.
As a part of community development, we help the local community find the meaningful livelihood by training them. Our Integrated Management System (ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015) acts as a guiding principle to take up such initiatives. To communicate our efforts, we are following GRI G4 reporting guidelines. We report over 50 indicators across all sites both under project & O&M phase. In our endeavour to attain global benchmarks, we continuously monitor and improve our economic, environmental and social indicators through community engagement.
At Teqo, safety is a priority and hence ‘near misses’ are being monitored closely with 5 levels of control exercised to maximize employee safety. O&M has achieved 3 million safe man hours since 2011, contributing to OHSAS 18001:2007 certification in Occupational Health & Safety.