With our in-depth Service Agreements, we offer a wide range of services to meet our client’s diverse needs. Service Agreements give you priority service with guaranteed response times.
Help maintain ISO compliance, extend equipment life, and ensure accurate revenue meter data for settlements and billing
Maintenance Services: Planned maintenance, emergency support, and equipment failure services
PV Site Operations and Maintenance Services: Continuous monitoring of the plant equipment at sites using Trimark SCADA system
Qualifying Reporting Entity (QRE) Meter Data Management Services: Incentive program data reporting
SCADA, Monitoring and Data Hosting Services: On secure servers at Trimark’s data centers in Folsom and Chatsworth, CA
Trimark TENetwork Services: Data communications for remote installations
Maintenance Service Agreements
Trimark provides ongoing Service Agreements to ensure that your equipment operates as expected and meets requirements to participate in open energy markets. With our comprehensive Service Agreement options, we’ve got you covered to resolve any issues that may arise.
- Meters: Configure, inspect, clean, calibrate, test, battery replacement, and complete Meter and Site Verification (MSVS) forms
- CAISO RIGs: Monitor, renew SSL security certificates, software updates, system back-ups, inspect, configure
- SCADA hardware and software: Maintenance, software updates, and file back-ups
- Network drops: Inspect equipment and apply manufacturers’ updates
- MET stations: Clean, calibrate and inspect
- Emergency support: Resolve equipment failures and provide unplanned maintenance and troubleshooting
Trimark’s O&M services include monitoring plant equipment using Trimark’s SCADA system.
- Electric and mechanical maintenance
- MET station sensor maintenance
- Efficiency reporting and maintenance
Trimark can ensure the reliability and availability of data collection from production resources.
- Meter reading and validation
- Data submittals
- Incentive program services
- SCADA data management
Trimark can host a client’s Vantage and Historian on virtual, secure managed servers in Trimark’s data centers.
- Maintenance of servers
- Software updates
- System backups
- System replication
The TENetwork provides data communications for access to meters, SCADA systems, and other intelligent devices.
- Secure communications
- Users’ traffic isolated for privacy
Trimark’s Client Care team monitors clients’ equipment in real time
Trimark Operations Center
Trimark retains all Service Agreements in a detailed database to safeguard the records of all maintenance performed.
Trimark’s Operations Center team monitors clients’ equipment in real time using Trimark Vantage application. This application constantly contacts the equipment to determine if it is online and operating properly.
Trimark Operations Center
Available from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm Pacific Time.
- Call 916.350.2911
We’ve had annual service agreements with Trimark for several of our power plants for years. Their customer service is always responsive and professional, making sure we get the support that we need. Trimark’s meter and network technicians are sharp and focus on problem resolution, assisting us with CAISO metering and communication requirements.
Sharp Grossmont SGIP Implementation
SGIP is the self-generation incentive program run by the state of California. Trimark’s responsibility in this project was the overall coordination of metering locations appropriate for SGIP data requirements, hardware specification, subcontractor management, and performance data provider services for SGIP. SGIP is unique as the important data is all local to the plant operation and Trimark was not required to interact with the grid. Payments from SGIP revolve around how much power is created at the approved generator and how much load it took specifically to run that generator.
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
NCPA, which supplies electric power to BART, contracted Trimark to provide Meter Data Management Agent Services, including daily meter reading and validation of data from approximately 117 load meters located throughout BART’s transit system. These load meters measure BART’s power consumption at key points throughout 107 miles of track and associated high voltage stations, traction power substations, switching stations, gap breaker stations, and passenger stations.