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SOLAR ASSET OWNERS, INVESTORS, LENDERS AND THE O&M COMMUNITY GATHER TO MAXIMIZE THE FINANCIAL RETURNS ON THE INDUSTRY'S GROWING ASSET BASE


  • The latest on O&M strategies, budgets, contracts and practices
  • The future of monitoring, data analytics and reporting
  • The balancing of short-term system and installation costs with long-term O&M costs
  • The newest approaches to forecasting and working with power control requirements
  • The latest insights: Industry best practices and standards

Over the past decade, the solar industry has been busy signing PPAs and getting projects installed and commissioned. Its success has led to a rapidly growing base of long-lived solar assets. Asset owners and the financial community are now focusing on the risks and performance of these assets. As the industry gains experience with these assets, it is turning its attention to developing asset management and O&M best practices that will support the industry going forward. Getting things right means better financial results and a better industry.

Solar asset owners, investors, lenders and the O&M community will gather at Solar O&M 2014 to explore the latest developments in the ongoing effort to organize the industry to meet the challenges of operating and maintaining its expanding asset base. From the strategic factors shaping the O&M landscape to best practices on the ground, the event will provide the information and insight needed to better manage the industry’s assets and maximize its investments.



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