Webinar: Delivering Solar PV Project Returns - Every MWh Counts

New realities and regulation have made it especially important for renewable energy asset managers to adapt how they manage assets going forward. But what should be adapted and how – do you know?
Webinar: Delivering Solar PV Project Returns - Every MWh Counts

Join Power FactorsArevon & Reuters Events in an industry leading webinar discussion to spotlight actionable insights into solar PV asset management.

Sign up here today to get actionable solar insights for performance engineering and management (Sept 17, 7:00am PT)

Live panel discussion and Q&A covering the following in-depth themes:

Challenges and opportunities PV asset managers and performance engineers are facing today: 

  • How can owners and operators work together to address shrinking energy prices and risk transfer in the solar power marketplace?
  • With challenges around Big Data and inaccurate models in solar, how can asset managers, operators and performance engineers align to find and resolve performance losses faster across their fleets?
  • As portfolios increase in size and diversity, how can the industry better leverage automation to reduce costs and scale efficiently?

Leveraging new technology and co-innovation to drive maximum PV project yield:

  • Get insights on how Arevon and Power Factors are working together to develop and successfully implement innovative solutions to drive the long-term success of solar power.
  • Learn how to solve the problem of processing asset performance data at scale so it can be used to give performance engineers and asset managers trustworthy insights into all performance losses across their fleets faster.
  • Understand how best to leverage those insights to optimize plant performance and maximize project returns across a PV portfolio.

With insights from a top speaker line-up:

  • Anand Narayanan, VP Asset Management at Arevon 
  • Ryan Jones, Director of Performance Engineering at Arevon  
  • Abilash Krishnan, Director of Product Management, Renewables at Power Factors
  • Steve Hanawalt, Co-Founder and EVP at Power Factors

Sign up here today to get actionable solar insights for performance engineering and management (Sept 17, 7:00am PT)

Can't make it live? Sign up today and we will send you the recordings after the discussion.

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