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geoAMPS has announced that it is providing software to E.ON Climate and Renewables (EC&R) North America to help manage the developer's many wind energy projects in the U.S. and Canada.

EC&R is using the geoAMPS software product altAMPS to help manage its wind farm projects in 16 states and two provinces of Canada. Operating through a Web database, altAMPS will offer EC&R the ability to manage lease agreements and obligations, a royalty payment calculator, automatic payment tracking, meteorological tower management and workflow generation.

geoAMPS says its software also integrates with EC&R’s financial and supervisory control and data acquisition systems for seamless transfer of data between all systems and to further increase the audit controls and efficiencies within EC&R’s processes.

“geoAMPS is very excited to work with E.ON Climate and Renewables and provide our altAMPS solution to meet their project needs in North America,” says Yogesh Khandelwal, geoAMPS president and CEO. “We have worked extensively with E.ON to tailor the altAMPS software to their needs. This partnership resulted in a true wind project management software solution that can centralize all land, infrastructure and operational data.”


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