SOLAR ASSET OWNERS, INVESTORS, LENDERS AND THE O&M COMMUNITY GATHER TO EXPLORE STRATEGIES FOR MAXIMIZING THE FINANCIAL AND SYSTEM PERFORMANCE OF THE EXPANDING SOLAR ASSET BASE.
Driven by the investment tax credit (ITC) and ‘third-party ownership’ financing
models, investors and developers are moving aggressively to expand their
portfolios of utility-scale and distributed solar projects. As the installed base of
long-lived solar assets continues to grow and distributed installations becoming
a larger piece of the base, operation and maintenance (O&M) has become
even more important in maximizing system performance and long-term asset
profitability. Investors, banks and asset owners are increasingly focused on the
risks and performance of assets, and requiring detailed O&M data in order to
assess project risks, profitability and valuation.
Solar asset owners, investors, lenders and the O&M community will gather at Solar O&M 2015: Maximizing Fleet Performance to explore the latest efforts and developments to meet the challenges of operating and maintaining its expanding asset base. From the strategic factors shaping the O&M landscape to the latest technologies and O&M best practices that will improve energy output and financial performance, the event will provide the information and insight needed to better manage the industry’s assets and maximize its investments.