Asociar is a systems integrator that provides innovative technical solutions with products and services to the utility and government industry to support customer demands and provide bottom–line return on investment. Asociar is a certified Hispanic Woman owned business headquartered in Plano, TX.
Asociar provides expert consulting services and cost–effective, top of the line products through its strategic partners, who include Fujitsu, GE Critical Power, Pueri–Elemental, and Emerson Power Solutions. Satisfied customers include Colorado Springs Utility Company, ConEd, and Kit Carson Electric Cooperative.
The process of investing in renewable energy, including PV solar, can be a daunting task. The evaluation process includes balancing financial impacts with environmental goals. Financing options include numerous federal, state and local tax incentives and credits. There are technology choices that need to be made, potential upfront costs, and long-term maintenance that need to be considered. We simplify the process. We leverage our experience to provide turnkey renewable energy solutions that meet the reliability, financial, and environmental needs of our customers.
Asociar is working with our partner’s network to offer utilities a complete end to end solution to help modernize the underlying communications networks that enable them to deliver energy resources. By providing complete consulting, design and implementation services with network technology from industry partners, Asociar will deliver a state of the art fully integrated communications services solution. Our network modernization services allow utilities to transform their networks and make the transition from traditional to “smart” grids.
Asociar provide a secure and scalable network communications infrastructure integrated from the data center all the way to the sensor or smart meter, utilities can maximize service levels, better consolidate and manage security, execute network monitoring and management functions, manage assets, meet regulatory requirements and further accelerate the deployment of smarter grids – all while meeting cost objectives.